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v.44 
1949 



Of Beloved Dr. Hand Saturday 




'Dr. W. F. Hand, Weil-Known Scientist, 
Befoved Vice-President Of College Dies 
Quietly At Home After Prolonged Illness 

Funeral Services Held Monday In Lee Hall 
Auditorium With Burial In Enterprise 

Dr. William Flowers Hand, noted scientist and beloved 
vice-president of Mississippi State College, died quietly in 
-his camous home at 11 :15 Saturday. He was 75. 

~* and college activities 
'ces at Enterprise at 




££*». Tht, «« mud " M j'ol.l 

..L. ni * W"M«« ollhtlPC .hull 
•cpolm ■ nun coounmee to i 
wu^hlmMU ib cirmn, out rusM 

rAJ"*™ " tan >» ■» onanlie. 
JMtat oo MMyHy iod Tueaoiy I 




Registrar's Office Expects Total Of 37 1 
Students, With Post-War Number 
OfJi^j^ Totaling More Than 80( 



I Miss^sr&Xg^is^'^^^ri r r r< 

frosh tha™ as eer entered Stat^rh 8 ™" 1 ' ° f " skin - h 
- ,ans over "skin-head ■■ fZh ; • Percentage of v 

""« »»' »*' »-|chanceofdecli Ii :n. 1 hl;tl l '",^Kt: i '^. > l ^^ l '"^. a j 



Physical Exams To 
Be Held 13th-15th 

n, i ,- , I frosn thl 

J. C. Longest, colle S e physl- ans over 



Arthur Morton Takes Over Head Coaching Job Tod 

m m m . * * • * * * * 

J. Dorsey Signed For Mid-Term; Spike Jones Plays Cone* 

• .* • • # * * 

Discipline Committee Backs The Council In Test Cases On Ruli 



Barter Players Return For 
Lyceum Tues.-Wed. Nights 



By Clean VaJl / , 
TUe Barter Player? of Virginia 
will appear In pecfije Bernard 
Shaw's gay comedj, "Arms and the 
Man," one ' 'ojt' .*£* most popular 
n>"l tn. j}* B arter .rep ertory, to- 



Everyone Loves 
'John Loves Maryl 

Critic* everywhere, and that to* 



Sam Corbin New 
Band Prexy; Bill 
Cobb Graduates 

Samuel L. Coftottl "of .Greenwood 
has been elected {resident of the 
Maroon Band.- ts replace Billy 
Cobb oC AflioTy, ' who graduates 
here January 18. Charles L, W»t- 
en> of, Tupelo bl& been elected see- 
retaiy. to ropl*ce Jamei L. Wilson 
ai Laics Cormorant, who resigned 
begaus* 0/ his duties M treaaur 



Six Placed On 
Probation For 
Year, Reprimanded 

By Carl Long and 

Bob KocbtlUkyj 
Acting in a closed .aj*t*ting las), 
Inursday the Discipline Committee 
ed a unanimous agreement of 
Btudenl Council -test 



Twenty-Two Students Will Receive Recognition 
In Who's Who Publication; List Composed Of 
Recommendations By Council And Faculty 



H. Pettus Randall, editt 
Student In American Ilnlvo. 



of Hie Who's Who 



NOTICE! 



THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL 
MEETING IN THE "¥" AUDI- 
TORIUM WEDNESRAY, SEPT 
15, AT 6:00 P. M. ALL STU- 
DENTS INTERESTED IN 
HELPING ON THE ANNUAL 
ARE URGED TO ATTEND 
THIS MEETING. ALL STAFF 
APPOINTMENTS HAVE NO! 
BEEN MADE, SO PLEASE AT- 
TEND THIS MEETING AND 
HELP TO MAKE TINS THE 

YtlAitJl 



III L»- 



Ratcliff Contracts With Saxophc 
For Two-Night Stand Feb. 114 
.Sp ike Jones Concert February \ 

Daniels Announces 



Clinic Helps 

StudentKnow 

Executive 



j Photography Plans 

Acccording to information re- 
ceived from Bobby Daniels. Edlt-jr 
of tile 1949 REVEILLE, the (ollo-v- 
ing is a schedule of photography 
dates to have all student pictures 
made for the '49 yearbook. Il was 
emphatically pointed out that Urn 
schedule must be followed as closely 
as possible. Tntre will be absolutely 
no pictures fj»i"»- -*•-- ••.- j-... 



The world's greatest .saxophonist, Jimmy ~, 
tfce King of Korn Spike Jones, will play at State ir 
week in February, according to Marvin "Rat" Rat 
president of the Student^ Council and chairman 

Sponsors Presented By C 
Corps At Annual Ball 

Bij Mary Jove Perry 
Amid flashing swords and rolliiij? drum* rh^ ' 




WOM 




Pep Rally Friday Night Feature? Burial Services For Alabam 



••*• *• •••••••* •• ••• * * • •• •• •• 

Joyce Elder Reigns As "M >y Club Queen At The Annual Dance Saturdc 

Hull Makes Record! Track possibility JSpOtlight Hits' No Voting ^^ Rally In Lee Hall Will Set Off 

Invr p FIHer Ho!ida y s C '^P^A - - Fuse For Funeral March To Bonfire 

k/UjLC t— lUri. -There will. Ire no holiday tor Henry Cluy Holsl. Wtst Point. Mis- p., , n r, ■ p| i , /» , J 

- Site; Bama Red Elephant Cremated 



Qs-^s. li/t " r r' r^-f^T rf -'-K ri** " wv -, r J ^iEX& t VS^ &^^^ , S^ ae;-ihw Red Elephant Cremated 



McKeen's Charges A Two Touchdown 
Favorite; Anxious For Fourth Win 



State To Be In Good 
i S hape For Big Gam e 



Zeta Dance jd^MW«y 
Saturday Nite^ ^^cd 
Year's First 



/ — 

CHARLOTTE MOOSE 



JHS 



New IFC Ruling— 
Admitlance By 
Inviialion Only 

Saturday. January \y marlu the 
cprnlnf of Ihe IM9 dance wiwn 
Thu jew moat ot the fraternities 
plan (ala, if Mr-, for Ihelr member-. 
Pledge* uitf tucati Thii year Ur 
Janctt^mil bt lUg hUy aJtc W m 
the_m»Dn«r in *hich mTTSBom a/e 



AIjH jn*r- r»>lor 

Gwendolyn Tajlor. daughter or 
Ml Dnd M,v « w Taylor of 
Tylertoi*n. was married in a doub- 
ll mi.; ceremony u> Edjar LouLi 
Wnlvaney. The ceremony was pre- 
orntPd in the presence o( clOM re- 
■tlvft at the home o( the offlclat- 
ng mtnlMcr. the R«v. w. R Coop- 
■r. in Jacluon on December 27 v 
tiur the racttiUot. ' the couple left 
in a abort wedding uip to iha 
But* ooaat. FoUowlng tha trip ihty 
""" made their home In CoJuaj- 



LHAKLOTTE MOOSE ... , 

Editor a^V *m ems Must Be In 

^^ajvau * fi / # Jf By Friday Noon 

STATE'S OOCial WORLD 



SQMETH/N'S 
BREWING 

Slmc Demon 




olon,j with Olenn Vull and his wile 

The conU-st v 

to the spectators, especially the 

mules. 

As tioon as the conlest was 
finished, dancing was In order. 
•Or the remaining part of the 
ilRbt everybody had fun In his 
Oiro -special way— 



Mud Fails To Halt Maroon Raceh 
As State Defeats Auburn 20-0 
Their Second SEC^Win Of The Se 

IZ"' Bolley_And McW 

local Chapter ODK T 
Gov. Wright, 15 Other 

Business Dean And 14 Students 
Included In Latest Pledging 

9 



New Year's 
Resolutions 



BETTY JEAN 3WINDOLL— "I 



Fieldlrsj L 
name heads the Ilsi of 
Omlcro.i Delta Kappa, 
leadership fraternity, 
here today by Robert L 
Slede*. president of th« 
Slate College chapter 
After a week of infon 

tlnr, riorln, „K^k .>,. 



Maroons Take On Cocky Rebel Eleven 

a « ~ at m ja a. j, u ._ ... 



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*«'• •«»* » ., ft * 

. * " ' Slory on Page 1— Section 2 

Ole Miss Invites State To Reception At II Saturday Morninq 

^•>*»***"" kW u . . nji if=^7=-|finvppn no Body 



Changes Ito Exam 
And 8egistration 
DatesAnnounced 

tl» tots of reHslrallMi lo' 
llw »prtal semesur «iu »» J™- 

tury 31, February 1, and WD- 
ruarj 2 Ulondav. Tuesday and 
Wednesday! »Wh class **ork 
ginning on February 
day! instead of Feb. 
_L Tuesday, Wedmada' 



'Religion In Life Week" Plans Beguir, 
Chairman Elected At First Meeting 

Vfcofl Melhon Elected Chairman Of Planning 
iittee,. Student And Faculty Leaders 
i -Work To Improve Program „,,„„•., 

committee for Religion in Lrf e Wee k * corpn)jttee . h»ld 
a ry 27-March S. The Hrst <™wn* jnt0 ^ b y Mr. 



A'otice.' 

SENIOR CLASS MEETING 

There will be an lmporla.it Sen- 
,r class meeting In me YMCA au- 
ditorium. Wednesday. November 
12:30 p m Class otflcel . 
nlnated and elected at 
meeting and plans will be tor- 
(or the class memorial 
dilating exercises. Bolt, 
and May .exercises will te 



i Notice! 

Thomas Handv wdl speak.. 

inleriuUional Oovi 



Campus Poll 
Reveals 90% 
Behind Rule 

Comments And 
Opinions Vary 

In response to the questi< 
of the week: "What do y 
the- think about student conduct 
in regard to the following: 



LAST CHANCE 

Tq cjet Btudent exchange 
cards lor the STATE-OLE 
MISS game at the stadium 
ticket booth tomorrow horn 
2 until 10 p.m. Students wll 
not be able to get tickets at 
OLE MISS. That is llnal. 
You will have to qet your 
(change card tomorrow if 
ou pran to attend Ihe game. 
WE WILL HEITERATE-STU- 
DENTS WILL NOT BE ABLE 
TO PUBCHASE TICKETS AT 
-<-Mia<sr-.ftME. YOU 



Governing Body 
Lists Violations, 
Penalty For Acts 

Ruling Goes Into Eliect Tomorrow Night 

At Midnight-Violators Given Two Chances 

Issue Includes Shooting Fireworks, 
Throwing Bottles, Destroying Property, 



WHO'S WHO ELECTION NOVEMBER 18 




Mectot 



VOL 61— NO. V 



STATE COLLEGE. MISSISSIPPI. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER luTlMo" 



Evacuate Lee Hall Is 
Order horn Mitchell 

All Personnel To Be,,Emptied From Lee Hall For 
Duration Ot CortBWBrrion Activities, To Begin This 
Week; Job WiH be Utme In Pfl finur C ■ *•'"' 



PRICE FIVE CENTS 



Senator Stennis [Local Chapter ODK Taps 



Detroit Meeting 
Attended By Weetns 



Student Committee Makes 
Nominations For Annual 
Reveille Feature Election 

Winner Chosen From Six Nominees For Each 
Position: ; Reveille Stall Conduct Polls 
B</ Bob KoclrtUzfoi 
The REVEILLE Who's Who election will be held No- 
vember 18. with students voting for one nominee of the six 
tor each position. The nominations were made last Thurs- 
day by a committee composed of forty students. The com- 
mittee members were chosen by the' school presidents on 
ian per 100 st udents in the respective school. 
■ Six nominations were made for 
icli position to insure a wider cov- 
erage of personalities on 



Business Dean And ) 4 StiirtacJ: 




SEC Spotlight J-ocuses 

Maroons Given Underdog Role In 45thi t 
Medina; Mr- Keen Holds Secret Drills |J_ 

Ratcliff Signs Sam Donahue 



ean And 14 g t^; ' ' ^ 1 

On Golden Egg Classic Saturday 




■_r n mji 






Ole Miss Students Steal Cverylhing|^;;';;l„ 
Loose Out Of Stale Man's Car Sunday 



The never-ceasing rivalry between Mississippi State 
id the Shvster Playground, otherwise known as Ole Miss, 
manifested" itself in rather an ugly way ■ last JSunday^when 



si 



State boys dropped by the University to pay a 

— -- •— ■- though, there were 



, Fortunately for the State boys 
■ertain students on the Ole Miss campus that were co 
W pW.msflrrnn .«Uhe .State visitors 



Ling of all freshmen < 

held on Thursday.. October 1. 

100 p. m. All freshmen wh 

;d college tn September o 

,r i,rp to meet their Dean 



year an 
faculty 



mnselors 



roiw 



Pledging Ceremonies Mark End 



Of Fraternity Rush Week 



For Opening Dance, Concert 

"Composer Of "I Left My Heart In 
Mississippi" Comes To Stale October 16; 



Longest Announces 
Flue Shot Plans 

Dr. J. C. Longest ha.; announef 



te condu 



At 7 p m Sunday night, the bells tolled marking the 

end 'of another successful rush week. Rush week started 

ith an afternoon rush date and 

These dates included 



Wednesday, September 15, 

through Saturday at 9:30 p. m. -..-. 

dinners, and many other forms 



ncerned I Ae 



Montgomery Hall 



1 n't E E. BM" ; ! 



barbecues, parties, smoker^, « 

of entertainment. Amid a whirlpool ot gala events the pros- 
pective fraternity men managed to m" * 

.members see what-lhe f rlternitiei hall 






Slude 



isked U 



i for 



meet the 
ad tn nfer 



„ frat 

and decide 



Clinic Helps 

Student Know! IMade By Library 



,„„j REFLECTOR and cooper*, 
to the tullest extent, l.us she', 
nol the common -cold Shot" hn li: 
teen ndminisLered, but a ir-'jc 

Staff Members 
Convention Plans 



Concert To Be Held Saturday Afternoon 
Before Cincinnati-State Football Game 



Donahue's Orchestra Has No Clarinets 
Or Guitars— He Says They Are Useless 
On the night of October 16, loUtming tin 

I vs. Mississippi Slate game, the college cnlVtlM-kl 
scene of the gain opening dance lcalul'illK Sam 
Heart in Mississippi" Donahue and lus orcncslr... . 
arrangements for the baud were made last wick and an- 
nounced at that time by Marvin llalcl.l'l. vice-president ot- 
itic student body. Announcement of the dance : committee, 

■■- Itatclltt has 



in bodv. Announcement of the tl 
t ,, will not be made until nest week .... 
M^jisJBDt I »ot been able to contact all the jiffiaj trr i vp mrmiwM 



aoflm rne BflfflUB hi i m mafam MjaLS maatf aCCOUaami ui . v -, --■..., mem,. ,r, «r «M^,_^,. r _— - 

Twenty-Two Students Will Receive Recognition 
In Who's Who Publication; List Composed Of 
Recommendations By Council And Faculty .-/.^u^ 

gfAtD CO HTMfFORPIOH ^ 

iSrrficssSJaSTsfer psrpr*|E*i^wj™dhi»^P 

Today In Brief Ceremony 



i^iitnati 

.....I Ik the.- 
"I Left. My 
Final 



. I FJ»e Diemij,,. ui itu M^jstiJiut I not been able to conlact all im.ii.riBtir nin- . .. 

EER DAY BEGINS 

JReflector Sponsors Day In Effort To 



Mitchell Conlers Diplomas In 

Oilice Tuesday Afternoon . 

iw« «"> «» ?"?£,? £?.\Reveille Staff 

studenu at Mississippi State 001- »«*«>•» 

use tomorrow, occordme to Ben \f>l u)0se g FaVOriteS 

*^. ■**£■ JSTJgl. Th. «. ,««!g.5"a5..» 



„.. Jewel Chester 
I head ot the oolany t 
I Mississippi state collree 
night, *osust 3 
Ineart at.acR. ^ ^ ^ „ 



w . McKee. Sr 
department 
!p died at his 
■ rsutt ol 



He. v 

Athens, 
McKce 



born 
XjOulsiana. 
and Mollie 



STickel Prices \^?1^ . . . -iSpeech Club Makes 

.._ ..-„.... to the Splkel 3imm * ..""*! '.:,. Alness long! r _ 

Preparations For 



business long 
as on expert on 
.■Dancing Is the 



State College In tl 
ved a lew 
World Wi 



Prices for tickets 
Jones concert, the Jimmy 
Mid-Term Dances and con 

t,een announced by Morvi m o 

OcTKon McKee iR.tcllft.' chairman of the Dance mMe , axl „g 

^nsl'^r'™ spike Jones «-«* -^ nUJentn. ^ «™£«^- 

The p u h uj ,,., „„ a coast ' 



Day Sometime U «>■ 

Hill-billy Band WiU CUmax Events ^ 

Plans are under way t t nng th ole ^ u 

days back to State in ian a nnual P'°" e « chUtz)(y , c0 -cha,r- 



Chicago Ballet 
First On Lyceum 
Agenda For 1948 

The ehl«80 Opera Ballet on No- 
wmber 23 will be the first Lyceum 
propftm 0/ the year at MkslSilppl 
State " College, according to Decn 
8. P. Brooks, chiirman of the Lv. 



nrisentfsjtf - 



1 noted that 



41c of this ta 



15 Students Attend 
Baptist Convention 

On the weekend of October 15-17, 
fifteen Baptist students from State 
College attended the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union Convention which met 
In Cleveland, Mississippi. Delta 
State Teachers' College was the 
host college for this meeting. 

Nearly every college in Missis- 
sippi was represented in the five 
hundred Baptist students who at- 
tended the con?entlon. Joe Barber, 
president of the Mississippi BSU 



,htaa_,Qf_ 2m^L 



S= " ^Second Semester 



3r -Pappy" Lawrence 
vated for the first time 
r since the war with grea 



- contest. Bob Daniel: 
vent, announced too 



landleader 



irrenlly 



and Is a p- 



Ray Bus Line Will 
Run Two Special 
Busses To Tulane 

Round Trip Price 
Set At $10 

Two special busses will be run t 
the Ray Bus Line to the Tular 
e In New Orleans, it was ar 



"Dear Mary" Letter Bounces 
Back-Mary Is A Joker! 

In en effort to show the world what pain and strife 
the male goes through because of women, the REFLECTOR 
has gone to great expense in undertaking a research program. 

The first item in our great expose is a letter which a 
State man sent to his girl at West Virginia college. He had 
not received abetter from her in thirteen davs so he wrote 
her a "Dear Mary." She replied by sending the letter back 
with some sharp insertions after most of the sentences. 



19 "W" Seniors Get 

„ speeeh Club coached by Pro- 1 _ -. 

'Special iwo-uay 



The REFLECTOR, sponsor ol^the 

riav will try to establish this as 

nnnll tradition on the campus 

Climating the day will be ""j 
UlmaxmB . rcll , 

"""■'"""'tarn ""< 'e. Bat Bat- 
"llrman of dance eommitue. 



clltf. 



■anelng f 



, well-l 



, hill- 



bill, band. * 1Ul i«i„" , . e | 



Skeleton Of Lee Hall 
Back In Operation 



Remodeling To Begin Soon Under Direction Ol 



<n r. j r,. m « n nemoaeung io oegin aoon unaer Direction t 

I au Beta Pi Taps 23 [Undisclosed Architect; Will Rogers Commends 
Praaneotine l.onilers, Individuals And Companies On Cooperation 




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REPRESENTING THE 

44th VOLUME OF THIS 

PUBLICATION 

PUBLISHED BY THE 

STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

OF MISSISSIPPI STATE 

COLLEGE AT STATE 

COLLEGE, MISSISSIPPI 



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COPYRIGHT 

GENERAL LIBRARY 

MISSISSIPPI STATE COLLEGE 

ROBERT L. DANIELS, JR. . Edit or -In-Chief 



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Business Manager 



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TO THE MEMORY OF . . . 

(~Sj IFTY-FIVE years ago there came to Mississippi State College a man who 
was destined to take his place in the hearts of the faculty, the adminis- 
tration, and the students. As Professor of Chemistry, Dean of the 
Science School, and Vice-President of the College, he served his alma mater well 
and willingly, yet modestly. He was a brilliant scientist of international recog- 
nition, a beloved teacher, an untiring and capable worker, and a man endowed 
with an understanding of human nature. 

The following excerpt from the eulogy of Dr. Fred T. Mitchell, president of 
the college, pays apt tribute to "The Grand Old Man of State." 

"He was the one to whom all turned with hope and confidence when grievous 
problems developed. His uncanny ability to explore, evaluate, and find a solu- 
tion to perplexing situations was recognized and appreciated by all who had 
the honor and privilege of working with him. 

"The richness of Dr. Hand's contributions to the students for the last 55 years 
cannot be evaluated. Truly, the candles of his influence have been lighted 
for a thousand years. They shall be passed from life to life and from generation 
to generation while the wings of Destiny continue to beat above his silent house 
of clay." 

And so it is with proud hearts that we respectfully dedicate this 1949 
Reveille to the undying memory of Dr. William Flowers Hand. 





Dr. William F. Hand 





3L GOVERN NOR 



As Governor of Mississippi, Fielding L. Wright has 
become an outstanding figure in the Nation. He has 
done much to bring the name of our good state 
before the eyes of the country as one of the leading 
states in the struggle for States' Rights. Governor 
Wright has always been a true friend to Mississippi 
State, and the Reveille is proud to present this leader 
as "Our Governor." 





Governor Fielding L. Wright 



BOARD of TRUSTEES 

FOR INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING 
OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 

John W. Backstrom, Sixth Congressional District, Leakesville. 
Reece D. McLendon, Southern Supreme Court District, Pop- 

larville. 
Mrs. Janie Rice Taylor, Central Supreme Court District, 

Jackson. 
R. D. Morrow, State-at-Large, Brandon. 

J. Oliver Emmerich, Seventh Congressional District, McComb. 
R. N. Henley, First Congressional District, Macon. 
Dr. H. M. Ivy, State-at-Large, Meridian. 
Martin V. B. Miller, President, Fifth Congressional District, 

Meridian. 
Mrs. Hazel Peery Lee, Fourth Congressional District, Eupora. 
H. C. Carpenter, Third Congressional District, Rollingfork. 
R. W. Reed, Northern Supreme Court District, Tupelo. 
R. B. Smith, Jr., Second Congressional District, Ripley. 
Paul H. Bovvdre, Desoto County, Hernando. 
E. R. Jobe, Executive Secretary, Jackson. 



Governor Wright and Colonel Rebel at Ole Miss Game 




Dr. Fred Tom Mitchell, grad- 
uate of Mississippi State Col- 
lege, returned to his Alma Ma- 
ter in 1946 to assume his du- 
ties and responsibilities as 
President. He has carried these 
out with ever-increasing com- 
petence. Dr. Mitchell lias won 
the admiration of both Faculty 
and Students in his sincere hard 
work for Mississippi State Col- 
lege. His devotion to his job is 
deeply appreciated by students 
of this College. 




Dr. Fred T. Mitchell 



3L PRESIDENT 

. . . AND HIS MESSAGE . . 



TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: 

The years you have spent at Mississippi State College will be remembered as among the most eventful and momentous 
years of our history. You young men and young women who are graduating this year have obtained most of your college 
training during one of the great transitional periods of the world. Rapid changes are taking place in our social, economic, 
and political lives that challenge students to strive more diligently than ever to prepare themselves to meet the demands 
of our present-day dynamic society. In reaching the goal of a college degree, many of you have experienced difficulties pe- 
culiar to this particular period: studies interrupted by service in the armed forces of the Nation in our struggle to maintain 
the ideal of democracy in the world and our own characteristic freedoms, the return home to a country geared to war but 
faced with the problem of sudden conversion to peacetime operation, and to a college totally unprepared to receive students 
in the unprecedented numbers seeking admission— its teaching staff scattered beyond immediate recall by war and industrial 
necessity, its physical plant badly crippled by wartime shortages, and its housing facilities entirely inadequate for students 
and staff alike. 

A heavy investment has been made in you, but the State does not expect its expenditure to be without great returns— 
to you personally in broader and happier lives, and to society in your greater capacity for trained leadership and fruitful 
effort. 

We are fully confident that you will enter the ranks of worthy and informed citizens and workers and that each 
of you will do the kind of job called for by the times in which we live. 

Sincerely yours, 

FRED T. MITCHELL, President 




She OFFICERS oftk 



Herbert Drennen 



DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 

Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of English, 
Dr. Herbert Drennon also serves on the Board of Publica- 
tions. He has served in this capacity exceedingly well in 
that he has added graduate courses in several departments 
and has done extensive writing for the Mississippi State 
Alumnus magazine. 

His efforts toward bettering the Graduate School will 
always be appreciated. With his staunch support, the 
Graduate School should expand rapidly. 



THE REGISTRAR 

One of the outstanding campus personalities is Mr. Ben 
Hilbun, Registrar of Mississippi State College and Presi- 
dent of the Board of Publications. Always doing everything 
possible to enroll every applicant for education at State 
College, Mr. Ben has done a wonderful job of coping with 
past registration problems. His sincere devotion to his job 
makes us proud to claim him as one of our own. 




Ben Hilbun 



ADMINISTRATION 



COMPTROLLER 



For four years Mr. Mallory has handled the duties of 
balancing the budget and as the business students will tell 
you, that is no easy task. He has proved himself fully 
capable for the Comptroller's position. 





L. F. Mallory 



DEAN OF MEN 



In his many years of dealing with young people "The 
Major" has come to know them and understand the diffi- 
culties facing them. No matter what disciplinary problems 
have arisen, Major Sessums has exercised tact and justice, 
gained through years of experience. 





Dean Frank Welch 



Associate Dean E. B. Colmer 



SCHOOLOFAGR 



Under the direction of Dean Frank Welch and Associate Dean E. B. Colmer, the School of Agriculture has steadily 
improved its curriculum and organization, as well as its laboratory and teaching facilities throughout the years. These 
two men, always with the interests of their students in mind, have continuously set and maintained the highest pos- 
sible standard of learning. All their energies have been directed toward making the School of Agriculture not only one 
of the most specialized departments of this college, but also one of the leading schools of its type in the nation. 

Students in their school know them not only as teachers and advisors but also as friends. They always find time 
to help a student, though the burden of administrative duties rests on their shoulders. 




Student Council Representatives Harrison, 
Montgomery, and Moss 





Montgomery Hall, Home of Ag. School. 



CULTURE 




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L. L. Patterson 



DEAN of ENGINEERING 

Under the leadership of Dean L. L. Patterson, the Engi- 
neering School at Mississippi State has steadily progressed 
until it is now recognized as an outstanding school of its 
type in the nation. "Dean Pat" is the head of the largest 
school on the campus, and he is doing his job well. He 
also serves as Head of the Department of Electrical Engi- 
neering. 



SCHOOL OF 



The School of Engineering comprises the departments of Aeronautical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Drawing, 
Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Mechanical Engineering. The School of Engineering and the School of 
Business and Industry offer a joint five-year course leading to a Bachelor's degree in one of these majors— Civil, Me- 
chanical, Aeronautical, or Electrical Engineering— and Business Administration. In addition, the School makes use of 
many other departments of the College to make it one of the most outstanding Engineering Schools in the nation. 

The curricular has been recently revised so as to extend the already existing policy that the courses be principally 
basic. This is in line with recommendations of the Committee on Engineering of the American Society for Engineering 
Education. 



Student Council Representatives, 
Bates, Phillips, Garner, and Cherry. 






The Engineering Building 




SCHOOLOF BUSINESS 



DEAN OF BUSINESS 
AND INDUSTRY 

Dean Weems came to us in June, 1940. It was that 
summer that the School of Business and Industry was 
transferred from Lee Hall to BE building. Since coming 
here, Dean Weems has been directly or at least indirectly 
responsible for several new curricula in his School. The 
business school is also responsible for the job-finding clinic 
instituted to give valuable advice on applying for jobs to 
college graduates. 

The Business School has a well-rounded curriculum for 
students. Most of the social sciences fall into it. Dean 
Weems himself is a social scientist, in that he took graduate 
work in economics. He is now engaged in doing a research 
project on the early history of Mississippi. 

As he sees it, special emphasis should be placed upon 
tying the educational program of today in with the jobs to 
be held by this generation in the future. 




R. C. Weems 



As our economic system has grown in importance, so our School of Business and Industry has progressed and ex- 
panded. It now offers professional training in Accounting, Banking, Insurance, Merchandising, Production Manage- 
ment, General Business, Commercial Aviation, Secretarial Science, Public Administration, and Institutional Man- 
agement. 

The regular classroom work has been made more interesting by the addition of a special library, well-equipped 
laboratories, and by the appearance of several guest speakers. With these improvements in mind, the future busi- 
nessmen of America would do well to attend State College. 




Student Council Representatives, 
Richmond, Hazard, Wooleij, and Seal. 






AND INDUSTRY . . . 




The Dean and his Advisory Council. 
Future Statisticians. 



They should make good wives. 
Accounting lab, always a busy place. 




The Business and Education Building. 





Clay Lyle 



SCHOOL OF 



DEAN OF SCIENCE 

In assuming his duties as Dean of the School of Science in 
1945, Dr. Lyle fully realized the responsibility he was accepting. 
His immediate predecessor had established a precedent in the 
nature of required curriculum and he determined to respect 
the goals which Dr. Hand had set up. He always has a friendly 
smile and a warm greeting for all students whether they be 
struggling through chemistry or battling with something else. 
His very human interpretation of problems thrown his way has 
won for him the respect and love of the students. Outside the 
classroom and his office, a lot of his time is devoted to work in 
the national biological and entomological associations. 



The School of Science, organized in 1903, is under the supervision of Dean Clay Lyle. It offers a Bachelor of 
Science degree in such major studies as Mathematics, the Physical Sciences, the Biological Sciences, Social Sciences 
and Languages. The School also grants shorter, special objective courses, such as pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre- 
clinical training. 

Forward progressive steps have been made since the organization of the Science School; today it is an efficient unit 
of the College— recognized as one of the best of its kind. 



Student Council Representatives, 
Bailey and Grice 




SCIENCE 



Geology Class. 

Burney Runs An Experiment. 

Future Oil Men. 

What Do You See, Spivey? 



Eighty Octane or Eighty Proof? 





The Biology Building. 






DEAN OF EDUCATION 



Dean B. P. Brooks has headed the Education School 
since 1940 and to him goes much credit for the expansion 
of Mississippi State's curricula. In his years as Dean he 
has greatly advanced the scope and standing of his de- 
partment. Dean Brooks is a great favorite with the students 
as well as a capable, conscientious, and efficient leader. 



Dean B. P. Brooks 



SCHOOL OF EDUCAT 



The School of Education, organized in 1936, offers courses in the following fields: Agricultural Education, General 
Education, Physical Education and Coaching, Industrial Education, and Adult Education. 

Careful consideration is given both to those preparing to teach and to those already in the field. While most of the 
attention during the regular session is given to pre-service training, the summer sessions major attention is directed to a 
program of graduate work for those in service. 

The School of Education enjoys the status of full equality with other schools of the College. Its graduates meet all 
the requirements of the State Board of Examiners for a Life Professional License. Its standards satisfy all the require- 
ments of the Mississippi High School Accrediting Commission for teachers in the secondary fields. 



Student Council Representatives, 
Yeatman and Dunaicaij 





Education School Headquarters, B.F. (Before Fire) 





GRADUATE 



DEAN OF GRADUATE SCHOOL 

Dr. Herbert Drennon, Dean of Graduate School, has helped 
in the development of a sound graduate program. The college 
makes available 810,000 for scholarships and assistantships each 
year. 

"The college now has several well-staffed departments for 
doing graduate work and every effort is to be made to bring 
that fact to the attention of prospective graduate students." 
Dr. Drennon has added graduate courses in several departments 
with the idea ever in mind of attracting more and more graduate 
students to the campus. 

Dr. Drennon is to be commended for a job well done. 



Herbert Drennon 



The Graduate School headed by Dean Drennon has established a record of very high standards within the School. 
The utilities that are available— libraries, laboratories, land, livestock, experiment stations, plus other advantages aid 
the development of well-trained students. 

The courses leading to the degree of Master of Science are many. For example, there are courses in Natural Sci- 
ences, Agriculture, Business and Industry, and Education. 

It is easy to see that State College is doing its utmost to fit boys and girls for their future positions in our world 
of tomorrow. 



'The Last Mile.' 




SCHOOL 



Aiken 

Blount 

Cochran 



Vernon H. Aiken, B.S., Agriculture, Carrollton. 

James F. Aycock, B.S., Business, Calhoun City. 

Charles E. Bardsley, Jr., B.S., Newport, R. I. 

Clyde L. Blount, B.S., Agri., Decatur, Miss. 

Geo. E. Burchfield, B.S., Science, McColl, Miss. 

Don F. Burson, B.S., Engineering, Calhoun City. 

Gladys W. Butts, B.S., Education, Starkville. 

William E. Cochran, B.S., Science, Kosciusko. 

Cecil J. Daigle, B.S., Agriculture, Port Arthur, Tex. 

Billy H. Daughdrill, B.S., Science, Poplarville. 

Aubie C. Davis, B.S., Business, Coldwater. 

Leslie E. Davis, B.S., Business, Starkville. 

Robert L. Davis, B.S., Agri., Hazlehurst. 

Alexander Dragovick, B.S., Science, Starkville. 

Douglas E. Edwards, B.S., Phi Kappa Tau, Science, 
Jackson. 

Angleo Garbarino, B.S., Agriculture, Canton. 

Andrew J. Graham, B.S., Science, Rose Hill, Miss. 

Felix T. Henley, B.S., Science, West Point, Miss. 

Frank T. Jackson, B.S., Business, Starkville. 

Lewis P. Jenkins, B.S., Agriculture, Kosciusko. 

John W. Kilpatrick, B.S., Science, Ackerman. 

Charles E. King, B.S., Science, State College. 

Roy A. Lieurance, B.S., Education, Columbus, 
Mississipxji. 

Norman C. Mars, B.S., Pi K. A., Philadelphia, Miss. 

James W. Marshall, B.S., Agriculture, West Enter- 
prise. 

William M. Moss, B.S., Business, Jackson. 

Robert L. Saul, B.S., Business, Starkville. 

Harold L. Stewart, B.S., Science, Starkville. 

Lamar Wadlington, B.S., Science, Sledge, Miss. 

Hester S. Ware, B.S., Business, State College. 

Chester M. Wells, Jr., B.S., Agriculture, Decatur. 

James H. White, B.S., Business, Oxford. 

Katherine C. Whiteley, B.S., Business, Starkville. 

John O. York, B.S., Agriculture, Leland. 

David F. Young, B.S., Science, Jayess, Miss. 




Daigle 
A. Davis 
L. Davis 



Dragovick 

Edwards 

Garborino 



Graham 

Jenkins 

Kilpatrick 



Mars 
Saul 

Stewart 



Wadlington 
Wells 
Young 







ior Class of 1949 has, with- 
out a doubt, the strangest history that 
any class has ever had. They started as 
Freshmen at many different times, some 
of them as far back as 1940, and some 
as late as 1944. 

The war caught many of them at the 
end of their Sophomore or Junior year, 
and off to the armed services they went. 
Not all of them came back. Others were 
lucky and missed the relative unplcas- 
antries of life in the service of our coun- 
try, but they stayed on to see State fight 
a losing battle against the effects of 
war. 

Yes, as a class they are quite differ- 
ent from anything ever seen at State. 
Some have started as veteran Freshmen. 
Some were confirmed married men with 
children. Others were beardless young- 
sters still in their teens. On 

warn 

Senior class solid 
its place stood in 






To the Senior 
Reveille extends 
tions. 



ila 








GENERAL LIBRARY 

MISSISSIPPI STATE COLLEGE 









Aden 


Agnew 


Alexander 


Alford 


Allen 


Allen 


Allen 


Amnion 


Anderson 


Anderson 


Andrews 


Anglin 


Anyan 


Arant 


Arlington 


Arthur 


Ashley 


Ashley 



THE SENIOR 



ADEN, ROBERT M, Valley Park, 
Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

AGNEW, LARKIN BARMORE, Beth- 
any, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, 
Agriculture Engineering Club. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES PEYTON, 

Hattiesburg; Engineering; AIEE; 
President Student Association, 4; 
Student Council, 3; Pi Kappa Delta, 
3, 4; Y Luncheon Club. 

ALFORD, HOLLIS HAROLD, Prog- 
ress, Agriculture. 

ALLEN, CHARLES RAY, Jackson, 
Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

ALLEN, HOWARD SPIVEY, Belzo- 
ni, Business; Kappa Alpha. 



ALLEN, SIDNEY HOUSTON, Moss, 
Education. 



AMMON, ULMONT THEODORE, 
JR., Vicksburg, Engineering. 



ANDERSON, BEASLEY, Senatobia, 
Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



ANDERSON, DOUGLAS RAY, Long 
Beach, Engineering; Phi Kappa 
Tau; AIEE, 2, 3, 4. 



ANDREWS, WILLIAM HENRY, 

Houlka, Business. 



ANGLIN, WILLIAM GLEN, Walnut 
Grove, Education. 



ANYAN, AUBREY LOWE, Walnut, 
Agriculture; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Dairy Club, 4. 

ARANT, HUGH MILLER, Blaine, 
Agriculture; Kappa Alpha; Alpha 
Zeta; Agriculture Engineering Club. 

ARRINGTON, SMILEY EUGENE, 

Coffeeville, Education, Alpha Tau 
Omega; FFA, 3; Alpha Tau Alpha, 
3; Alpha Zeta, 4. 

ARTHUR, JOHN HERMAN, Rose 
Hill, Education. 

ASHLEY, BUFORD MALCOLM, 

Georgetown, Agriculture. 

ASHLEY, HOUSTON W., George- 
town, Engineering; ASME, 4. 



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Askew 


Atkinson 


Atwood 


Aust 


Aust 


Auter 


Backstrom 


Bacot 


Bader 


Bagley 


Bagley 


Bailey 


Bain 


Baker 


Batson 


Barnes 


Barnes 


Barnett 



U L A o o 



ASKEW, LUTHER HAROLD, Co- 
lumbia, Education; ROTC, 4. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS ASHBY, JR., 

Vance, Business, Kappa Sigma. 

ATWOOD, CHARLES W., Laurel, 
Engineering; Sigma Pi; ASME, 3, 4. 



AUST, RALPH CLAYTON, Scooba, 
Business. 



AUST, ROYCE M., Clarksale, Agri- 
culture. 



AUTER, HENRY FENIMORE, 

Vicksburg, Engineering, Lambda 
Chi Alpha; President, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, 
2, 3, 4. 



BACKSTROM, WILLIAM M., Leaf, 
Business. 

BACOT, EDWARD LEE, Holmes- 
ville, Education. 

BADER, DAN M., Clarksdale, Engi- 
neering; Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4; ASCE; 
Who's Who In Amer. Col. & Uni., 4. 

BAGLEY, IRA J., JR., Bourbon, Agri- 
culture. 



BAGLEY, JAMES GWIN, Tunica, 
Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

BAILEY, JAMES EVERETT, SR., 
Kosciusko, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha: 
Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4; M Club; 
Beta Beta Beta, 3; Student Council, 
4; Colonels' Club, 2; Blue Key, 4; 
ODK, 4. 



BAIN, WILLIAM CLARENCE, 

Ethel, Agriculture. 

BAKER, JOSEPH MAXEY, Tupelo, 
Business. 

BATSON, HUBERT D., Wiggins, En- 
gineering, Theta Xi. 

BARNES, DAVIS, Carthage, Educa- 
tion. 



BARNES, JOSEPH GRAFTON, Car- 
thage, Education; FFA, 3; Alpha 
Tau Alpha, 4. 

BARNETT, WILLIAM EDWARD, 

Gulfport, Engineering, Phi Kappa 
Tau; Reflector, 4; Reveille, 4; 
ASME, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil, 3, 4. 



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aiiiclt 


Barr 


Barlett 


Barton 


Barwick 


Bassett 


ates 


Battv 


Beam 


Beaumont 


Beckett 


Beckett 


eer 


Bell 


Bending 


Bennett 


Bennett 


Bennett 



THE SENIOR 



BABNETT, WILLIAM KEBMIT, 
Center, Education, FFA. 

BARB, JAMES ROLAND, Silver 
Creek, Education, ATA. 

BARTLETT, GEORGE CARPEN- 
TER, Walnut, Education, FFA. 

BARTON, WILLIAM MEREDITH, 
JR., Longview, Engineering, ASCE. 

BARWICK, JAMES ANDREW, Brax- 
ton, Agriculture; Alpha Zeta, 4; Ag- 
riculture Club, 2, 3, 4; Block & 
Bridle, 2, 3, 4; Live Stock Judging 
Team, 4. 

BASSETT, BOBBIE HAROLD, Phil- 
adelphia, Business, Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga. 



BATES, JAMES LEON, Belzoni, En- 
gineering, Kappa Alpha; ASME, 3, 
4; Society for Advancement of Man- 
agement, 4; Alpha Phi Omega, 4; 
Student Council, 4; Vice-President 
of Engineering School, 4; Who's 
Who in Amer. Col. & Univ., 4. 

BATTY, WILLIAM E., Meridian, En- 
gineering, Kappa Sigma, Scabbard 
and Blade, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant, 4. 

BEAM, H. T., Belmont, Education. 

BEAUMONT, EDGAR CHETWYN, 
Kosciusko, Engineering; ASME, 4. 

BECKETT, FBEDERICK E„ Bruce, 
Agriculture, Agriculture Club, Ag- 
riculture Engineering Club. 

BECKETT, JAMES WILLIAM, 
Bruce, Agriculture; Agronomy Club, 
4. 



BEER, IDA MAE, Natchez, Educa- 
tion, Zeta Tau Alpha; Colonel's 
Club, 2; YMCA Cabinet, 2; State's 
Players, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega, 4; 
Reveille, 3, 4; Vice-President, Zeta 
Tau Alpha, 4; YMCA Luncheon 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BELL, CHARLES J., Greenwood, En- 
gineering, Sigma Chi. 

BENDING, WILLIAM HOWARD, 

Laurel, Engineering; ASME, 3, 4; 
Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Tau Beta 
Pi, 3, 4, President, 3. 

BENNETT, FRED HAROLD, Cor- 
inth, Business. 

BENNETT, JARVIS, JR., Maben, 
Business, Phi Kappa Tau. 

BENNETT, JOSEPH DONALD, 

Vaiden, Engineering, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha; ASCE, 4. 



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Bennett 


Bidwell 


Bishop 


Black 


Blanks 


Blocker 


Bobbitt 


Bobbitt 


Boggan 


Boggs 


Bolen 


Boler 


Bolton 


Bond 


Boone 


Boone 


Boone 


Booth 



U L A j j 



BENNETT, OLIVER OTIS, Vaiden, 
Education; FFA, 4. 

BIDWELL, GENE LEFLORE, 

Greenwood, Education, Sigma Pi; 
Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 4; ROTC, 2, 
3, 4; FFA, 4; State's Players, 3; Colo- 
nels' Club, 2. 

BISHOP, JIMMIE BOYCE, Magee, 
Education. 

BLACK, HUBERT, Weir, Education, 
FFA. 

BLANKS, EUGENE, JR., Meridian, 
Engineering. 

BLOCKER, FRED ADRIAN, Stark- 

ville, Agriculture; Camera Club, 3, 
4; President Camera Club, 4; Block 
& Bridle Club, 4; Reflector, 2; Y 
Cabinet, 1, 2; Freshman football; 
Westminster Fellowship 3, 4. 



BOBBITT, GEORGE E., Starkville, 
Engineering. 

BOBBITT, JAMES ECKFORD, 
Starkville, Science; Chemistry Club, 
3; Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa Mu Epsi- 
lon. 



BOGGAN, JAMES ROY, Mendenhall, 
Education. 



BOGGS, ISAAC ESCO, JR., Mem- 
phis, Tenn., Engineering, Tau Beta 
Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, ASME. 



BOLEN, WILLIAM ROSCOE, Ecru, 
Agriculture; Dairy Club, 4. 



BOLER, HENRY EUGENE, Nesho- 
ba, Education. 



BOLTON, WILLIAM EARL, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., Agriculture; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; Treas. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Agriculture Club; Ag Eco- 
nomics Club; ROTC, Capt., Co. 
Commander, 3; Colonels' Club, 2; 
Canterbury Club; Sec.-Treas. Ten- 
nis Club. 

BOND, EVERETTE HENRY, Pop- 
larville, Education; FFA, 3. 

BOONE, CLAUDE JAMES, Holly 
Springs, Business. 

BOONE, DANIEL RALPH, JR., 
Pleasant Grove, Education; FFA; 
Alpha Tau Alpha. 

BOONE, THOMAS MARCUS, Holly 
Springs, Engineering. 

BOOTH, HAROLD EUGENE, Lex- 
ington, Agriculture, Ag Engineering 
Club. 



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141 





Booth 


Bost 


Bowie 


Bowie 


Boydstun 


Bradford 


Brand 


Brandon 


Brannon 


Breeden 


Brewer 


Brewer 


Brewton 


Brinkley 


Bristow 


Brocato 


Brock 


Brooks 



THE SENIOR 



BOOTH, JOHN RUSSELL, JR., Lex- 
ington, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha; Ag Eng Club, 3. 

BOST, WILLIAM MARLIN, Ecru, 
Agriculture. 

BOWIE, ANDREW JACKSON, Mc- 
Cool, Agriculture; Theta Xi; Colo- 
nels' Club, 2; ASAE, 4; ROTC, 3. 



BOWIE, HUBERT HAROLD, Le- 
land, Business; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

BOYDSTUN, MARSHALL OS- 
BORN, Louisville, Business; Alpha 
Tau Omega. 

BRADFORD, JAMES PARKER, 
Memphis, Tenn., Engineering; 
KME, 4; AIEE, 4. 



BRAND, JAMES LEE, Alligator, Ag- 
riculture; Horticulture Club. 



BRANDON, PHILIP FLOY, Ponto- 
toc, Education; M Club, 3, 4. 



BRANNON, EDGAR VYRON, Pur- 
year, Tenn., Education. 



BREEDEN, ERLE SHELTON, Uti- 
ca, Education. 



BREWER, JAMES EARL, Cascilla, 
Education. 



BREWER, WILLIAM LEWIS, Cas- 
cilla, Education. 



BREWTON, DOUGLAS FESTUS, 
Vicksburg, Business. 



BRINKLEY, ROY ARVID, JR., Stark- 
ville. Science; Maroon Band, 2, 3, 
4. 



BRISTOW, GEORGE NORTON, Tu- 
pelo, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. 



BROCATO, JOSEPH JOHN, Cleve- 
land, Business. 



BROCK, JAMES NEWMAN, Utica, 
Education; M Club 2, 3; Colonels' 
Club, 2; Track, 2, 3; Basketball, 2. 



BROOKS, MARY MARGARET, Kos- 
ciusko, Education. 



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Brown 


Brown 


Brown 


Brown 


Brown 


Brumley 


Bryant 


Buchanan 


Buchanan 


Buchanan 


Buckalew 


Buckley 


Buckley 


Burkley 


Buford 


Bufkin 


Bunch 


Burch 



U L A o O 



BROWN, CHARLES G., Columbus, 
Education; Iota Lambda Sigma, 4. 

BROWN, LATHAM H., Fayette, 
Business, Theta Xi. 

BROWN, OVID PORTER, Columbus, 
Business. 

BROWN, ROBERT LEE, JR., Sledge, 
Business, Kappa Sigma; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Kappa Sigma, 4; Colonels' 
Club, 1, 2; Scabbard & Blade, 3, 4; 
Treasurer, 3; Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil, 4; Dance Committee, 3; YMCA 
Cabinet, 2; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; 
Vice-President, 3; Reflector, 1, 2; 
Mis-A-Sip, editor, 2; Managing Edi- 
tor, 3; Vice-President Junior Class; 
Blue Key, 4; ODK, President, 4. 

BROWN, ROBERT E., Tupelo, Busi- 
ness, Phi Kappa Tau. 



BRUMLEY, BEN ALLEN, Marietta, 
Education. 

BRYANT, GLENN DONALD, Stark- 
ville, Engineering. 

BUCHANAN, CHARLES ED- 
WARDS, Sandersville, Business, 
Glee Club, 1; VFW, 2, 3; YMCA 
Cabinet, 3, 4; Junior Hotel Men of 
America, 3, 4; BSU Executive Coun- 
cil, 3, 4. 

BUCHANAN, EDWIN L., Pelahat- 
chie, Engineering, AIEE. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN EWING, Vicks- 
burg, Business. 

BUCKALEW, HULON McCOY, 
Cary, Business. 



BUCKLEY, JOSEPH EARL, Stark- 
ville, Agriculture, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Dairy Club, 3. 

BUCKLEY, ROY ANGUS, Jackson, 
Business, Junior Hotel Men of 
America, 3, 4. 

BURKLEY, STANLEY ENGBARTH, 

Natchez, Business. 

BUFORD, THOMAS HOWARD, 
Holly Springs, Business. 

BUFKIN, LYNWOOD TURNER, 

Hattiesburg, Science, Chemistry 
Club, 4. 

BUNCH, JOHN L., Vicksburg, Engi- 
neering, Sigma Chi; Band, 1, 4; 
IAS, 3, 4. 

BURCH, SIDNEY KYLIE, Magee, 
Agriculture, Agri. Engr. Club, 3. 



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Brown 


Burchfield 


Burdine 


Burney 


Burrell 


Burrell 


Burress 


Burton 


Byrd 


Busby 


Bush 


Byars 


Cain 


Cain 


Cannon 


Caperton 


Carlson 


Carpenter 



THE SENIOR 



BROWN, CECIL HAROLD, Iuka, 
Agriculture; Ag Engineering Club, 
4. 

BURCHFIELD, J. D., Ethel, Agricul- 
ture; Ag Club, 4. 

BURDINE, BILLY HUGH, Mathis- 
ton, Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma, 1; 
Colonels' Club, 2; State's Players, 
2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 
4; Y Cabinet, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi, 4; 
AIEE, 3, 4; President Senior Class; 

Who's Who in Amer. Col. & Univ., 4; 
Blue Key, 4; ODK, 4. 

BURNEY, ZOLEN WILLIAM, Free- 
port, Texas; Science, Alpha Tau 
Omega. 

BURRELL, JAMES L., Durant, Ag- 
riculture; Ag Engineering Club, 3; 
Ag Club, 3. 

BURRELL, LEWIS MELTON, 
Goodman, Agriculture; Ag Engi- 
neering Club, 3. 



BURRESS, MARION TOM, Jones- 
boro, Ark.; Business, Sigma Chi, M 
Club; Secretary Business School, 4. 

BURTON, SAMPSON SPIVEY, Phil- 
adelphia, Education; FFA, 3; Alpha 
Zeta, 4. 

BYRD, WILLIAM EARL, Yazoo City, 
Agriculture, Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Colonels' Club, 2; ASAE, 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Zeta, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsi- 
lon, 3, 4; Maroon Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BUSBY, KENDRICK LEROY, 
Waynesboro, Education; President 
FFA, 4; Ag Club, 4; Poultry Club, 
4. 

BUSH, MARVIN LATRELLE, Lau- 
rel, Agriculture; Theta Xi; Vice- 
President Theta Xi; Dairy Club; 
Amer. Farmer Degree; Secretary- 
Treasurer Miss AAF. 

BYARS, JAMES EVANS, Edinburg, 
Education; Block & Bridle, 3, 4; 
FFA, 4. 



CAIN, ETHYL ALLEN, Sallis, Edu- 
cation; Alpha Tau Alpha, 4. 

CAIN, WINTON BURELL, Perkin- 
ston, Business; Alpha Tau Omega, 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; 
ROTC Captain, 2, 3; Secretary 
Scabbard & Blade, 3; Reveille, 4; 
State's Players, 4; Distinguished 
Military Student, 3; Barristers' Club, 
4. 

CANON, JESSE LEE, JR., Vaiden, 
Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Colonels' Club, 2; Maroon & White, 
2; AIEE, 3; Rifle Team 3; Scabbard 
& Blade, 3; Y Cabinet, 3. 

CAPERTON, WILLIAM HENRY, 

Leland, Engineering. 

CARLSON, KARL W., Greenville, 
Engineering, Sigma Pi, AIEE. 

CARPENTER, JOSEPH A., Indian- 
ola, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Ac- 
counting Club. 



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Carter 

Chancellor 

Chism 



Cartwright 

Chatham 

Chrestman 



Causey 
Cherry 
Clark 



Caves 

Childress 

Clark 



Chambers 

Chisholm 

Clayton 



Chance 

Chisholm 

Clements 



CLASS . 



CARTER, ELLIS MALCOLM, Bel- 
zoni, Agriculture, Ag Club, Ag Ad- 
ministration Club, 3, 4 

CARTWRIGHT, GEORGE C, Mid- 
night, Business; M Club, 3, 4. 

CAUSEY, JOHN WILLIAM, JR., 

Laurel, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. 

CAVES, ULYSSES WILSON, 
Waynesboro, Education; FFA, 4. 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT VAN, Hat- 
tiesburg, Engineering, Sigma Chi; 
Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Tau Beta Pi, 3; 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3; AIEE, 4. 

CHANCE, BAXTER, Silver Creek, 
Agriculture; Horticulture Club, 3. 

CHANCELLOR, JAMES EDWARD, 
Macon, Agriculture; Delta Sigma 
Phi, Alpha Zeta, Secretary Delta 
Sigma Phi, Block & Bridle Club. 



CHATHAM, JOHN WILLIAM, JR., 
Rose Hill, Education; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, President YMCA, President 
Pi Kappa Alpha, President Wesley 
Foundation, Y Cabinet & Council, 
2, 3, 4; Ag Economics Club, 2, 3; 
Ag Club, 2; Debate Team, 3; Ly- 
ceum Comm., 3; Blue Key; ODK; 
Gold Triangle Award, 4; State's 
Players, 4; Speech Club; Who's 
Who in Amer. Col. & Univ., 4; 
ODK, 4. 

CHERRY, JAMES CECIL, Porters- 
ville, Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma, 
2; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 4; Tau Beta 
Pi, 4; ASME, 3, 4; Student Council, 
4. 

CHILDRESS, THOMAS ALLEN, 
Pope, Education. 

CHISHOLM, JAMES HAILEY, Tu- 
pelo, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



CHISHOLM, NELSON TRUETT, 
Louin, Science; Sigma Gamma Ep- 
silon, 4; Dip & Strike, 4. 

CHISM, CECIL CLARK, Columbus, 
Education; Camera Club, 2; Re- 
flector, 4; AIEE. 

CHRESTMAN, JESSE HENRY, JR., 
Columbus, Business. 

CLARK, GEORGE LEE, DeKalb, 
Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, 4; AIEE 

CLARK, ROBERT ALLEN, Natchez, 
Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. 

CLAYTON, HENRY EDWIN, Tupe- 
lo, Science. 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM C, JR., Car- 
rollton, Engineering, ASCE. 



39 



-*m- *&? 




Clogston 


Cobb 


Cobb 


Cochran 


Coeke 


Coe 


Coggin 


Cole 


Coleman 


Collins 


Conn 


Cooper 


Cooper 


Cooper 


Cough lin 


Cox 


Crawford 


Cribbs 



THE SENIOR 



CLOGSTON, TERRY MACK, Grena- 
da, Engineering; Colonels' Club, 2; 
AS ME, 3, 4. 

COBB, WILLIAM ANDREW, Aino- 
iy, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Vice-President 
Freshman Class; Reflector, 2; Kap- 
pa Mu Epsilon 3, Secretary 4; Pres- 
ident Maroon Band, 4; Tau Beta 
Pi, 4; Vice-President Pi Kappa Al- 
pha, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Alpha Phi 
Omega, 4; Blue Key, 4; ODK, 4. 

COBB, WILLIAM RICHARD, Tu- 
pelo, Science, Dip & Strike, Sigma 
Gamma Epsilon. 

COCHRAN, MARY KATHRYN, 

Waynesboro, Business. 

COCKE, EDWILL, Macon, Engineer- 
ing, AIEE. 

COE, BRUCE SPLANE, Liberty, Tex- 
as; Engineering. 



COGGIN, BENTON GUIE, JR., Net- 
tleton, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. 

COLE, MAXINE CLEO, Madison, 
Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Presi- 
dent Zeta Tau Alpha, 4; State's 
Players, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y Luncheon Club, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Y Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; Reveille, 
3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega, 3, 4; Dance 
Committee, 3; Lyceum Committee, 
4; Treasurer Zeta Tau Alpha, 3; 
Secretary YMCA, 4. 

COLEMAN, EDWARD CLARKE, 
JR., Coffeeville, Engineering. 

COLLINS, GROVER W., State Col- 
lege, Agriculture. 

CONN, JAMES EUSTUS, Crystal 
Springs, Engineering, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. 



COOPER, EARL BREWER, Sweat- 
man, Agriculture; Ag Club, 3, 4; 
Dairy Club, 3, 4. 

COOPER, RALPH GORE, Mathiston, 
Education, Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha 
Phi Omega, 4; IRC, 4. 

COOPER, ROBERT A., Columbus, 
Business. 

COUGHLIN, DANIEL WILLIAM, 
JR., Hattiesburg, Engineering. 

COX, LLEWELLYN H., Madison, 
Business. 

CRAWFORD, JULIAN WALLACE, 
JR., Yazoo City, Agriculture, Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

CRIBBS, MYRT EUGENE, Tutwiler, 
Agriculture, Sigma Chi; Ag Admin- 
istration Club, 3, 4. 



40 




Cross 
Daly 
Davidson 



Crouch 
Daniel 
Davis 



Cullen 

Daniels 

Davis 



Curtis 

Daniels 

Davis 



Curtis 

Darden 

Davis 



Daley 

Dauro 

Davis 



\y L A i O 



CROSS, WILLIAM L., Meridian, 
Business; Accounting Club, 2, 3. 

CROUCH, JACK EDWIN, Columbus, 
Science, Sigma Chi. 

CULLEN, DALE LEMOINE, Doss- 
ville, Education. 

CURTIS, THOMAS VIVIAN, Jack- 
son, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon, ASME; Colonels' Club, 1. 

CURTIS, William Welby, Hazlehurst, 
Engineering. 

DALEY, CHARLES BENJAMIN, 

Summit, Agriculture. 
DALY, GRAY OSLER, Meridian, 

Science. 

DANIEL, GERALD HARRINGTON, 

Gulfport, Engineering, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

DANIELS, CLARENCE LENOIR, 
Milan, Tenn.; Education; FFA, 4. 



DANIELS, ROBERT LEE, JR., Gulf- 
port, Business, Phi Kappa Tau; Phi 
Eta Sigma, 1; Reveille, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Asst. Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Colonels' Club, 2; Chi Lambda Rho, 
3, 4; Reflector, 3; Dance Committee, 
3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Accounting Club, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council, 4; Y Luncheon, 4; 
Treas. Phi Kappa Tau, 4; Board of 
Publications, 4; Who's Who in 
Amer. Col. & Univers., 4; Blue Key, 
4; ODK, 4. 

DARDEN, CHARLES BURT, Blan- 
ton, Agriculture, Sigma Chi; Ag 
Economics Club, 3. 

DAURO, VINCENT ANTHONY, 

Gulfport, Agriculture; Theta Kappa 
Phi President, 2, 3; Sears-Roebuck 
Scholarship Club, 1; Newman Club, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2; IFC, 3; Horti- 
culture Club, 2, 3, 4; Colonels' 
Club, 1. 



DAVIDSON, JAMES KNOX, Vicks- 
burg, Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma, 

2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, 3; Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, 
4; AIEE, 2, 3, 4; IRE, 4; Band, 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

DAVIS, HARPER, JR., Clarksdale, 
Education, Kappa Sigma, President 
M Club, ODK, Blue Key; Football, 
1, 2, 3, 4, Alternate Captain, 4; 
Track, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who in Amer. 
Col. & Univ., 4. 

DAVIS, HARVEY LEE, Columbus, 
Education; FFA, 4. 

DAVIS, HOWARD RAYMOND, 

Greenwood, Education, Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon. 

DAVIS, JOHN CURTIS, Coffeeville, 
Education. 

DAVIS, MARVIN EARL, Pachuta, 
Agriculture, Theta Xi, Dairy Club. 



41 







■ J. 





Davis 


Davis 


Davis 


Dawsey 


Dearing 


Deaton 


Denson 


Dent 


Dent 


Dent 


Denton 


Deupree 


Dickerson 


Dickerson 


Didlake 


Dixon 


Dixon 


Doler 



THE SENIOR 



DAVIS, NOLL P., JR., Oxford, Agri- 
culture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ODK, 
3, 4; Blue Key, 3, 4; IFC, 3;. Secre- 
tary Student Assn., 3; Alpha Zeta, 
2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Colonels' 
Club, 1. 

DAVIS, ROSS KIMBRELL, Mantee, 
Agriculture; Ag Administration 
Club, 3, 4; Ag Club, 3. 

DAVIS, WESTON SHAW, Charles- 
ton, Business. 

DAWSEY, JOSEPH V., JR., Colum- 
bia, Engineering; ASCE, 2, 3, 4. 

DEARING, WILLIE MAE, West 
Point, Science; YMCA Gold Tri- 
angle, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Libra- 
rian, 3; Band, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 
2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3; Y Cabinet, 3, 4; 
Y Luncheon Club, 2, 3, 4. 



DEATON, CHARLEY STANLEY, 

Vardaman, Agriculture; ASAE, 4; 
Ag Engineering Club, 4. 

DENSON, LEONIDAS LYCURGUS, 
III, Starkville, Engineering, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta 
Pi, ASME. 

DENT, JACK HOLLINGSWORTH, 

Jackson, Engineering; ASCE, 3. 

DENT, JOSEPH HACKLE1L JR., 

Lorman, Agriculture; Rifle Team, 2, 
3; Ag Club. . 

DENT, ROBERT MILLER, JR., 
Raymond, Agriculture. 

DENTON, SAMUEL THOMAS, JR., 
Hornbeak, Tenn.; Education. 

DEUPREE, RICHARD CARTER, 
Mobile, Ala.; Business, Theta Xi, 
Chi Lambda Rho, Accounting Club. 



DICKERSON, RALPH LAMAR, 

West, Agriculture, Ag Engineering 
Club. 



DICKERSON, THOMAS EDWARD, 

Sallis, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga; Ag Administration Club, 2; Ag 
Club/ 



DIDLAKE, BETTY STEPHENS, Ar- 

tesia, Education. 



DIXON, CHRIS HENDERSON, Ter- 
ry, Agriculture. 



DIXON, JAMES WILLIAM, Vaugh- 
an. Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



DOLER, JAMES WILLIAM, Deca- 
tur, Agriculture, Dairy Club. 



42 




Dorman 


Downing 


Duckworth 


Dudley 


Duncan 


East 


Edwards 


Eiland 


Ellard 


Ellis 


Ellis 


Ellis 


Epperson 


Estes 


Evans 


Fanguy 


Ferguson 


Fillingame 



U L A j j 



DORMAN, WILBUR 

Union, Business. 



EM MITT, 



DOWNING, GEORGE C, Vicksburg, 
Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, 4; Canterbury 
Club, 3, 4, Chairman, 4; IFC, 4; 
AIEE, 3, 4. 

DUCKWORTH, BILLY RALPH, 
Mendenhall, Agriculture. 

DUDLEY, JOHN RUSSELL, Scooba, 
Agriculture. 

DUNCAN, FRANK M., Yazoo City, 
Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

EAST, WILLIAM HOWELL, Brook- 
haven, Engineering; ASME, 3, 4. 

EDWARDS, ALLEN LAMAR, Shaw, 
Agriculture, Lambda Chi Alpha. 



EILAND, ALLEN POWELL, JR., 
Coahoma, Agriculture, Lambda Chi 
Alpha; Glee Club, 2; Block and 
Bridle, 3, 4; Ag. Administration 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Agriculture Club, 3, 
4; Wesley Foundation. 



ELLARD, JAMES ALLEN, Pittsboro, 
Science, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, Mississippi State Chemical 
Association. 



ELLIS, HENRY GREY, Lyon, Engi- 
neering; AIEE, 4; Tau Beta Pi, 4. 



ELLIS, JOHN WILLIAM, JR., Me- 
ridian, Business. 



ELLIS, NICHOLAS M„ Port Gibson, 
Business. 



EPPERSON, DAVID HESTLE, Pass 
Christian, Science; Maroon Band, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club, 3, 4; Chem- 
ical Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ESTES, ALVAH RUSS, Philadelphia, 
Science; Maroon Band, 4. 

EVANS, HOWARD M., Greenwood, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi; Colonels' 
Club, 2; AIEE, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 
Sigma Chi, 2, 4; Reveille, 4. 

FANGUY, BRUCE J., Greenwood, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi; Colonels' 
Club, 1; AIEE, Secretary-Treasur- 
er, 4; Rifle Team, 1, 2. 

FERGUSON, RAYMOND NEW- 
TON, Bruce, Education; FFA, 3. 

FILLiNGAME, JAMES A., Gulfport, 
Engineering; AIEE, 4. 



43 




Flemming 

Forrest 

Freeman 



Flippen 
Forrest 
Freeman 



Ford 

Fortenberry 

Fulcher 



Ford 

Foster 

Fulmer 



Ford 

Fountain 

Galbraith 



Foreman 

Franks 

Galey 



THE SENIOR 



FLEMMING, HENRY F., Ginger, 
Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
SPE President, 4; Colonels' Club, 1, 
4; Scabbard and Blade, 4; Distin- 
guished Military Student, 4; IFC, 4; 
Ag. Eng. Club, 3, 4; YMCA, 3, 4. 



FLIPPEN, EARL G., McCarley, Elec- 
trical Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau; 
AIEE, 3. 



FORD, JIM BURNS, Columbus, Busi- 
ness. 

FORD, ROBERT W., Maben, Busi- 
ness. 



FORD, WILLIAM HENNESSY, 
Vicksburg, Engineering, Theta Kap- 
pa Phi; Newman Club, 3; ASCE, 3. 



FOREMAN, CALEY A., Greenwood, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi; ASME, 1, 
2, 3, 4; S.A.M., 2, 3. 4; Maroon Band, 
1, 2. 

FORREST, NORMA POWELL, 

Greenwood, Business, Chi Omega; 
Panhellenic Council, Treasurer of 
Chi Omega, 3, 4. 

FORREST, THOMAS LEE, JR., 
Greenwood, Engineering; ASCE, 3, 
4. 

FORTENBERRY, ROBERT E., Sum- 
mit, Engineering, ATO, Phi Eta 
Sigma, 1; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2; Tau 
Beta Pi, 2; Student Council, 3; 
Who's Who in Am. C. and U., 3. 

FOSTER, CHARLES EMERY, Union, 
Business. 

FOUNTAIN, NORMAN NEIL, For- 
est, Business. 



FRANKS, RAY HENRY, Dorsey, En- 
gineering, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, 4. 

FREEMAN, JOHN CARL, Decatur, 
Agriculture, Ag Club. 

FREEMAN, RODNEY GEORGE, 

Houston, Texas; Engineering; 
ASME, 2, 3, 4; Reveille, 2; YMCA 
Council, 2, 3. 

FULCHER, JOSEPH LEON, Louis- 
ville, Agriculture. 

FULMER, JEFF BAXTER, JR., Can- 
ton, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. 

GALBRAITH, GEORGE SHER- 
WOOD, West Point, Science, Sig- 
ma Chi; Dip and Strike, 3, 4; Sigma 
Gamma Epsilon, 3, 4. 

GALEY, RAYMOND EDWARD, 
Greenwood, Business. 



44 




Gamble 


Gardner 


Garey 


Garland 


Garner 


Garretson 


Garretson 


Garrison 


Gar tin 


Gary 


Gee 


Gibson 


Gillentine 


Gladney 


Goff 


Goff 


Going 


Goodman 



CLASS 



GAMBLE, WILLIAM JENKINS, JR., 

Bessemer City, North Carolina; 
Business, Accounting Club. 

GARDNER, THOMAS ALEXAN- 
DER, Natchez, Engineering; AIEE, 
3, 4. 

GAREY, JAMES McDOUGAL, Mor- 
ris Chapel, Tenn.; Education; FFA, 
4. 

GARLAND, MITCHELL MUSE, 
Raymond, Agriculture. 

GARNER, ALVA C, JR., Magnolia, 
Engineering, Kappa Sigma; ASME, 
2; Student Council, 4; President 
ASME, 4; Rod and Gun Club, 4; 
Blue Key, 4. 



GARRETSON, OSCAR ROUNSA- 
VILLE, Leakesville, Business, The- 
ta Xi. 

GARRISON, JAMES EUNICE, Pon- 
totoc, Agriculture, Sigma Pi. 

GARTIN, MARY LOVE, West Point, 
Education; YMCA Luncheon Club, 
1; Glee Club, 2, 3; State's Players, 
3, 4; Maroon Band Majorette, 4. 

GARY, FLOYD HOBSON, Schlater, 
Agriculture, Sigma Chi. 

GEE, YEUN LIN, Ruleville, Engi- 
neering, Kappa Mu Epsilon; ASCE, 
4. 



GILLENTINE, JOHN FRANK, Lake 
Cormorant, Agriculture, Alpha Zeta, 
KME, President Agricultural Engi- 
neering Club, 4; VFW. 

GLADEY, THOMAS GLENN, Jack- 
son, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3; ASCE, 
4; ASME, 2. 

GOFF, DOUGALS S., Lucedale, En- 
gineering, Alpha Tau Omega. 

GOFF, WILLIAM MERCER, Can- 
ton, Science. 



GOING, JOHN BYRD, Calhoun City, 
Business. 



GARRETSON, HARRY FORNO, JR., 
Leakesville, Engineering; ASCE, 4. 



GIBSON, VASURE, Blue Springs, 
Education; FFA, 4. 



GOODMAN, JAMES EDWARD, Me- 
ridian, Education. 



45 




Goodwin 

Gordon 

Grammas 



Goodwin 

Goudelock 

Grammer 



Goodwin 

Grafton 

Graves 



Googe 

Grafton 
Graves 



Googe 

Graham 

Gray 



Gopp 

Grammas 

Gray 



THE SENIOR 



GOODWIN, JAMES CLYDE, JR. 
Aberdeen, Agriculture. 



GORDON, JAMES ROBERT, Houl- 

ka, Business. 



GRAMMAS, CAMERON PETE, Bir- 
mingham, Business, M Club. 



GOODWIN, THOMAS WEBSTER, 
JR., Hardy, Business. 



GOODWIN, WILLIAM FINLEY, 

Aberdeen, Agriculture. 



GOOGE, DOROTHY HELEN, Ma- 
rietta, Education, Zeta Tan Alpha. 



GOUDELOCK, LUTHER A., JR. 
Lexington, Business. 



GRAFTON, SURRY AUSTIN, Mem- 
phis, Business, Junior Hotel Men of 
America, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



GRAFTON, "WILLIAM LAMAR, 

Memphis, Engineering. 



GRAMMER, GLENN ROLAND, 

Friars Point, Business. 

GRAVES, ERNEST DOYLE, JR., 
Merigold, Science; Kappa Mu Ep- 
silon, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma, 2; Scab- 
bard and Blade, 2, 3; American In- 
stitute of Electrical Engineers, 2, 3. 

GRAVES, JOE N., Houlka, Engineer- 
ing, AIEE. 



GOOGE, JAMES HAROLD, Mariet- 
ta, Education; FFA, 4. 



GOPP, JACOB WILLIAM, New Phil- 
adelphia, Ohio; Business. 



GRAHAM, JAMES WILLIAM, 

Waynesboro, Education; FFA, 4. 



GRAMMAS ALEX PETE, Birming- 
ham, Business, M Club. 



GRAY, JOHN ERVIN, JR., Grenada, 
Education; FFA, 1. 

GRAY, WILLIAM MOORE, Pela- 

hatchie, Agriculture, Ag Adminis- 
tration Club, 1. 



46 




Green 


Gregory 


Griffin 


Griffin 


Griffin 


Griffin 


Grissom 


Guerry 


Guerry 


Gunn 


Guyton 


Guyton 


Habeeb 


Hairston 


Hall 


Hall 


Hall 


Hamill 



CLASS . 



GREEN, GUY RAGAN, Greenwood, 
Business, ROTC; Mis-A-Sip, 2, 3, 4. 

GREGORY, JOHN BILLIE, Zama, 
Engineering; ASCE, 2, 3, 4. 

GRIFFIN, CHARLES HUDSON, Uti- 
ca, Business; Barristers Club, 2, 3, 
4. 

GRIFFIN, HASSEL HINES, Fulton, 
Engineering. 

GRIFFIN, JAMES E., Meridian, En- 
gineering, Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga, 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma, 2; Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, 3; Rifle Team, 1, 2; 
YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 
Council, 4; AIEE, 2, 3, 4. 

GRIFFIN, MURRAY SHELTON, 

Utica, Engineering; ASCE, 4. 

GRISSOM, EUGENIA, Guntown, Ed- 
ucation; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Reveille, 3; YMCA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Re- 
flector, 3. 



GUERRY, EDWARD SIMS, Artesia, 
Agriculture, Block and Bridle, 3, 4; 
Livestock Judging Team. 

GUERRY, JOHN WATSON, Artesia, 
Agriculture; Block and Bridle, 3, 4, 
Vice-President, 4; Editor of Block 
and Bridle Yearbook, 4; Livestock 
Judging Team, 4. 

GUNN, JAMES CURTIS, Walnut, 
Agriculture; Dairy Club, 3. 

GUYTON, JOHN W., JR., Starkville, 
Business, Lambda Chi Alpha; 
YMCA Council, 1. 

GUYTON, ROBERT D., Kosciusko, 
Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, 2; Phi Eta 
Sigma, 3; AIEE, 2; Tennis Club, 2; 
Baseball Letter, 1. 

HABEEB, H. MICHAEL, II, Vicks- 
burg, Agriculture, Lambda Chi Al- 
pha; State Player, 1, 2, 3; American 



Legion, 1, 2, Vice-Commander, 1, 2; 
Horticulture Club, 2, 3, 4, Scribe, 
2, President, 3; Dance Committee, 
3; YMCA Luncheon Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
YMCA Cabinet, 3, 4; Committee of 
100, 2, 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta, 3, 4, 
Vice-President, 4; Wesley Founda- 
tion, 1, 2, 3, 4; Agriculture Club, 4. 

HAIRSTON, ROBERT PETER, Sil- 
ver City, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha. 

HALL, HARRY W., Natchez, Busi- 
ness. 

HALL, JAMES PHILLIPS, Memphis, 
Tenn., Engineering, Alpha Tau 
Omega; ASME, 2, 3, 4; SAM, 2, 3, 
4, Secretary, 4. 

HALL, JOHN E., JR., Ackerman, En- 
gineering, Alpha Tau Omega. 

HAMILL, HOWARD FANCHER, 

Sturgis, Business; Dance Commit- 
tee, 4. 



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Hannaford 


Harbour 


Harbour 


Hardin 


Harding 


Harford 


Harger 


Harrell 


Harris 


Harris 


Harris 


Harris 


Harrison 


Harrison 


Harrison 


Harrison 


Harvey 


Hatcher 



THE SENIOR 



HANNAFORD, THOMAS WESLEY, 
Pittsboro, Business. 

HARBOUR, WILLFORD LEVI, Cof- 

feeville, Agriculture; ASAE, 2. 

HARBOUR, WILLIAM BRAXTON, 
Coffeeville, Agriculture, Agriculture 
Engineers Club, 4. 

HARDIN, CULLEN ARCHIE, Isola, 
Agriculture, Agriculture Adminis- 
tration Club, 2, 3, 4. 

HARDING, WILLARD E., JR., 
Greenwood, Engineering, Sigma 
Chi; AIEE, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2; 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, 4; Tau Beta 
Pi, 4; Maroon Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HARFORD, BERNARD, Meridian, 
Business, Sigma Pi, Treasurer, 2; 
Colonels' Club, 2; Chi Lambda Rho, 
3; Accounting Club, 3. 

HARGER, STEWART J, Starkville, 
Science; Miss. State Chemical As- 
sociation, 3. 



HARRELL, CHARLES KENNETH, 
Pheba, Business. 

HARRIS, ALTON CLOIS, Decatur, 
Agriculture. 

HARRIS, BOYCE E., Tupelo, Busi- 
ness, Sigma Chi. 

FIARRIS, CONWELL RAY, Aber- 
deen, Business, Kappa Sigma; 
Sports Editor, Reflector, 4; YMCA 
Council, 1, 2, 3. 

HARRIS, KATHARYN, Macon, Edu- 
cation; Zeta Tau Alpha, Favorite, 1, 
2; Dance Gommittee, 1; Colonels' 
Club, 1; Secretary Zeta Tau Alpha, 
2; Best Dancer, 2, 4; Beauty, 3, 4; 
Miss Mississippi State, 3; ROTC 
Sponsor, 3, 4; President, Zeta Tau 
Alpha, 3; Treasurer, Zeta Tau Al- 
pha, 4. 

HARRISON, ABNER CHILDRESS, 
West Point, Science; Maroon and 
White, 1; Reflector, 2, 3; Camera 
Club, 3; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3. 



HARRISON, GRAY WILLIAMSON, 

Scobey, Agriculture, Alpha Tau 
Omega; BSU Council, 1; YMCA 
Cabinet, 1, 4; Dairy Club, 2; Scab- 
bard & Blade, 2, 3; ASAE, 3, 4; Rifle 
Team, 3, 4; ROTC Lieut. Colonel, 
3; Student Council, 4. 

HARRISON, JERE D., Jackson, En- 
gineering; AIEE, 4. 

HARRISON, JOHN ROY, Eupora, 
Agriculture, Agri. Engineering 
Club, 3. 

HARVEY, JOSEPH McCLELLAN, 

Winona; Phi Eta Sigma, 2, 3; AIEE, 
2, 3, 4; I EC, 3, 4, Vice-President 
IEC, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, 4; 
Tau Beta Pi, 4. 

HATCHER, ALTON PARKER, JR., 

Ripley, Engineering, Sigma Chi; 
Baseball, 3; ASCE, 4. 



48 




Hay 


Hayden 


Head 


Heard 


Hathcote 


Hegwood 


Hendricks 


Henry 


Herrington 


Hester 


Hester 


Hill 


Hill 


Hill 


Hill 


Hill 


Hill 


Hodges 



U L A o o 



HAY, CONNIE MORGAN, Blythe- 
ville, Education; Football, 1, 2; 
Treasurer, Student Association, 3. 

HAYDEN, JULIUS JOHN, JR., Pass 
Christian, Education; Canterbury 
Club, 2, 3, President, 3. 

HEAD, JOHN WILLIAM, Yokena, 
Business, Accounting Club, 3; Scab- 
bard & Blade, 4. 

HEARD, DONALD TATE, Colum- 
bus, Business. 

HATHCOTE, R. T., JR., Okolona, 
Engineering, Theta Xi; Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, 3. 

HEGWOOD, LOIS, Greenwood, Sci- 
ence; YMCA Council, 1; YMCA 
Cabinet, 1; Maroon & White, 1; 
German Club, 3; State Players, 4; 
Reveille, 4. 



HENDRICKS, JAMES LAW, Boyle, 
Business; Glee Club, 3; Cheerleader, 
4; YMCA Luncheon Club, 2, 3. 

HENRY, THOMAS BIRDSONG, JR., 

Vicksburg, Agriculture; Agriculture 
Club, 3; Block & Bridle, 4. 

HERRINGTON, WILLIAM BLOIS, 
Mt. Olive, Engineering; ASME, 2, 
3,4. 

HESTER, DANIEL BENJAMIN, 
Bude, Agriculture; ATA, 4; FFA, 3, 
4. 

HESTER, ROGER LAMAR, Union, 
Business. 

HILL, CARL ARTHUR, JR., Crystal 
Springs, Education; FFA, 3, 4; BSU, 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



HILL, CECIL R., Okolona, Business. 



HILL, CHARLES GASTON, New 
Albany, Business. 



HILL, CHARLES SHULL, Durant, 
Agriculture, Agriculture Econom- 
ics Club, 4; Alpha Zeta, 4. 



HILL, GRADY ELZEY, JR., Calhoun 
City, Science, Sigma Chi. 



HILL, JAMES BENJAMIN, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., Agriculture, Agriculture 
Engineering Club, 3, 4. 



HODGES, RAYMOND DALE, Clin- 
ton, La.; Engineering, Sigma Chi; 
Colonels' Club, 1; ASCE. 



49 




Hoffman 


Holland 


Holland 


Hollingsworth 


Hollis 


Holmes 


Hooker 


Hosey 


Houston 


Howard 


Howell 


Howell 


Howell 


Hudson 


Huff 


Hughes 


Humphrey 


Hunt 



THE SENIOR 



HOFFMAN, ERNEST EGBERT, JR., 
Laurel, Science; Phi Eta Sigma, 1; 
Band, 1; Miss. Academy of Sci- 
ence, 2, 3, 4. 

HOLLAND, HOYT T., JR., Jackson; 
Engineering, Kappa Alpha; Tau 
Beta Pi, 3, 4; AIEE, 2, 3, 4. 

HOLLAND, RAYMOND RUSSELL, 

Charleston, Agriculture. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, DOUGLAS F., 
Ellisville, Education, VFW, Foot- 
ball, Track. 

HOLLIS, JAMES C, Gattman, Edu- 
cation. 



HOLMES, WARREN MACK, Brook- 
haven, Education. 



HOOKER, HENRY SMART, Lexing- 
ton, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. 

HOSEY, ANSE JENNINGS, Rose 
Hill, Education. 

HOUSTON, JAMIE GILES, JR., New 
Albany, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha; 
YMCA President, 4; Colonels' Club, 
1; Band, 3; Glee Club, 4; Ex-Marine 
Club, 3; Who's Who in Amer. Col. 
& Univ., 4; Blue Key, 4; ODK, 4. 

HOWARD, WITNEY L., Laurel, Ed- 
ucation. 

HOWELL, JACK DONALD, Tupelo, 
Business; Phi Kappa Tau. 

HOWELL, JAMES W., Starkville, 
Business. 

HOWELL, PAUL ARLEDGE, Hat- 
tiesburg, Business. 



HUDSON, JOHN REYNAL, Louis- 
ville, Science; Alpha Tau Omega, 
President, 4; IFC, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee, 4. 



HUFF, WILLIS MACK, Laurel, Ed- 
ucation; Alpha Tau Alpha, 3, 4; 
FFA, 3, 4; Poultry Club, 3, 4; Poul- 
try Judging Team, 4. 



HUGHES, JAMES EDGAR, Green- 
wood, Business. 



HUMPHREY, RUSSEL DUKE. Wi- 
nona, Business; Chi Lambda Rho, 
3, 4. 



HUNT, ALVIE L., Cleveland, Engi- 
neering. 



50 




Hunter 


Huntington 


Ivy 


Ivy 


Jackson 


James 



Hurst 
Izard 
James 



Hurt 

Jackson 
James 



Hurt 

Jackson 

James 



Hylton 
Jackson 
James 



CLASS .. . 



HUNTER, MARK GEORGE, Smith- 
ville, Rusiness; Chi Lambda Rho, 3; 
Accounting Club, Auxiliary of the 
Miss. Society of CPA. 

HUNTINGTON, WILLIAM SMITH, 

Amory, Engineering; Institute of 
Aeronautical Sciences, 3, Treasur- 
er, 4. 



HURST, LOUIS ARCHIE, JR., Pop- 
larville, Rusiness, Sigma Pi. 



HURT, RORERT NEAL, Louisville, 
Science, AED, KME; Y Council, 1, 

2, 3; Y Cabinet, 4; RSU Council, 1, 
2, 3; German Club, 3. 



HURT, THOMAS GILRERT, Louis- 
ville, Education; Alpha Tau Alpha, 
4; FFA, 4. 



HYLTON, THOMAS PAGE, JR., 

Jacksonville, Fla.; Rusiness; Junior 
Hotel Men of America, 2, 3, 4. 

IVY, CLARENCE EUGENE, Car- 
penter, Rusiness. 

IVY, WILLIAM GILRERT, Merid- 
ian, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Beta 
Beta Beta. 



IZARD, WILLIAM HENRY, Gall- 
man, Business. 

JACKSON, FREDERICK Z., Ill, Kos- 
ciusko, Business, Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga. 

JACKSON, OTHA DILL, Philadel- 
phia, Agriculture; Block and Bridle 
Club, 3, 4. 



JACKSON, RAMON JORDAN, Kos- 
ciusko, Rusiness, Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga. 



JACKSON, WILLIAM DWIGHT, 

Meridian, Business. 



JAMES, CHARLES VALRIE, Mont- 
rose, Agriculture, Alpha Zeta. 

JAMES, HORICE JACKSON, Mee- 

han, Business. 

JAMES, JAMES MORRIS, Oxford, 
Engineering. 

JAMES, OMA B., Meehan, Engineer- 
ing; AIEE, 3. 

JAMES, URBAN EUGENE, Sweat- 
man, Education; FFA, 3, 4. 



51 




Jarman 


Jaynes 


Joffrion 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


jolly 


Jones 


Jones 


Jones 


Jones 


Jones 



THE SENIOR 



JARMAN, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 

Sidon, Business, Sigma Chi; Colo- 
nels' Club, 2. 

JAYNES, SAMUEL LEWIS, Colum- 
bus, Engineering; ASCE, 4. 

JOFFRION, FRANCIS DONALD, 
Laurel, Engineering, Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; AIEE, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHNSON, EUGENE E., JR., Ope- 

lousas, La.; Engineering, Lambda 
Chi Alpha, ASCE. 

JOHNSON, HOYT CALDWELL, JR., 
Columbus, Business; Southernaires, 
3; Collegians, 4. 

JOHNSON, JOHN L., Doddsville, 
Education. 



JOHNSON, LYMAN EARL, Stark- 
ville, Business; Chi Lambda Rho, 
3, 4. 



JOHNSON, MARTIN EARL, Cal- 
houn City, Agriculture, M Club. 



JOHNSON, MIMS EDWARD, Soso, 
Engineering. 



JOHNSON, WILEY LESTER, Dor- 

sey, Education. 



JOHNSON, WILLIE CLIFFORD, 
Richton, Science. 



JOHNSON, WILLIS ELMER, Jack- 
son, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; M Club, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4. 



JOLLY, MELVIN TRENNON, Car- 
thage, Education; Alpha Tau Al- 
pha, 4; FFA, 4. 

JONES, BENNIE, Pickens, Agricul- 
ture. 

JONES, CHARLES CLARENCE, 
JR., Raymond, Business. 

JONES, FRED POWERS, Starkville, 
Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Colonels' Club, 2; Phi Eta Sigma, 2; 
IFC, 2, 3,; ODK, 3; Tau Beta Pi, 3. 

JONES, GAY DURDEN, Greenwood, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi; ASCE, 3, 
4; Band, 2. 

JONES, HAROLD GORDON, Jack- 
son, Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Track, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Dip 
and Strike Club, 3, 4. 



52 




Jones 


Jones 


Jones 


Jones 


Jordan 


Jordan 


Jumper 


Jumper 


Keel 


Keene 


Keith 


Kennedy 


Kennedy 


Kidd 


Kiker 


Kilgore 


King 


King 



U L A j J 



JONES, IRVEN THOMAS, JR., Rich- 
ton, Agriculture, Agriculture Club, 
'2, 3, 4; Agriculture Administration 
Club, 3, 4. 

JONES, LEE ANDERSON, Good- 
man, Agriculture, filock and Rridle 
Club, 4. 

JONES, PATHRO EDITHUS, Forest, 
Education. 

JONES, ROBERT PRESLEY, New 
Albany, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, AIEE, IRE. 

JORDAN, FRED LAFAYETTE, Mill- 
ry, Ala.; Agriculture; Alpha Zeta, 
3, 4; Dairy Club, President, 4. 

JORDAN, JARALD E., Decatur, Ag- 
riculture, Agricultural Engineering 
Club. 



JUMPER, HERSCHEL GATHA, 

Booneville, Education. 



JUMPER, JAMES LESTER, Boone- 
ville, Education. 



KEEL, ROY JAMES, JR., Gulfport, 
Science, Sigma Pi; Maroon Band 2; 
Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; IFC, 4; 
President, Sigma Pi, 4. 



KEENE, EDWARD LAMARNE, 
Starkville, Business. 



KEITH, SAM, Purvis, Education. 



KENNEDY, MAURICE VENSON, 
Pontotoc, Agriculture, Mississippi 
Dairy Products Judging Team; 
Dairy Club, 2, 3, 4. 



KENNEDY, MONCREATH MAY- 
NARD, Philadelphia, Education; 
FFA, 4; VFW, 3, 4. 

KIDD, WALTER L., Meridian, Busi- 
ness; Society for Advancement of 
Management, 4; Maroon Band, 3, 4. 

KIKER, JEFF YAMAR, Belzoni, Ag- 
riculture, Theta Xi; Agriculture Ad- 
ministration Club, 2, 3, 4. 



'? *-"? ^3 



KILGORE, JAMES CLAYTON, Phil- 
adelphia, Business, Kappa Alpha. 



KING, JOSEPH SHERROD, Green- 
wood, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Ag. 
Club, Ag. Adm. Club 3. 



KING, LOUIS ALISON, Lexington, 
Business, Alpha Tau Omega. 



53 





t ■;* **** Y) 



'■'3 



i / 







J 




V 




I 



Kirkland 


Kittrell 


Knight 


Knipp 


Knox 


Kraker 


Ladner 


Ladner 


Laird 


Lambert 


Lancaster 


Lancaster 


Lane 


Lansing 


Lashlee 


Lawhon 


Lawhon 


Leake 



THE SENIOR 



KIRKLAND, JEWETT DALGA, JR., 
Jackson, Engineering, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, President 2, Secretary 3, 
Vice-President 4; Manager Athletic 
Association, 1, 2; Student Govern- 
ment, 2; IFC, 2; Y Council, 1, 2, 3, 
4; Y Cabinet, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; 
Band Council, 3, 4; ASME 2, 3, 4; 
SAM, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

KITTRELL, LEWIS CLADWELL, 

Avera, Education; Alpha Tau Alpha, 
4; FFA, 4. 

KNIGHT, MARGRETTA S., Colum- 
bus, Business. 

KNIPP, MURREL FREDERICK, El- 
lisville, Engineering; ASME, 4. 

KNOX, DEWITT, Tupelo, Engineer- 
ing, Sigma Chi; AIEE, 3, 4; Tau 
Beta Pi, 4. 



KRAKER, ROBERT LEE, Gulfport, 
Business; Junior Hotel Men or 
America, 2, 3, 4. 

LADNER, HILTON LOUIS, Pass 
Christian, Science, Pres. Phi Kappa 
Tau, President Sigma Gamma Epsi- 
lon, President Dip and Strike, Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, Who's Who in Amer. 
Col. & Univ. 

LADNER, OSCAR BUREN, Lumber- 
ton, Education. 

LAIRD, HOLLIS W., Natchez, Engi- 
neering; AIEE, 2. 

LAMBERT, JOHN W., Jayess, Edu- 
cation. 

LANCASTER, JOYNER L., Pontotoc, 
Engineering, Sigma Pi, Tau Beta 
Pi. 



LANCASTER, WALLACE EU- 
GENE, Tallulah, La., Business. 

LANE, HENRY CLYDE, McLnin, 

Agriculture; Agronomy Club, 3, 4. 

LANSING, ERNEST JOHN, Indian- 
ola, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi 
Eta Sigma, 1; Chi Lambda Rho, 3; 
VFW, 2; American Legion, 2; Rod 
and Gun Club, 3; Barristers Club, 
4. 

LASHLEE, CECIL HAWLEY, JR., 

Laurel, Science; Chemistry Club, 2, 
3, 4. 

LAWHON, ELMER, Sulligent, Ala.; 
Business. 

LAWHON, FAY O. (MRS.), State 
College, Business. 

LEAKE, LEE IRVIN, Woodville, Ag- 
riculture; Block and Bridle, 4. 



54 




Leavell 


Lee 


Leese 


LeFlore 


LeMaster 


Lennard 


Levy 


Lewis 


Lewis 


Lewis 


Lightsey 


Lindsey 


Lindsey 


Little 


Littlejohn 


Lloyd 


Lollar 


Long 



U L A j j 



LEAVELL, HILLMAN B., JR., Ecru, 
Agriculture. 



LEE, JAMES BRYANT, JR., Canton, 
Agriculture. 



LEESE, GRADY WEBSTER, Vicks- 
burg, Engineering; ASCE, 3. 



LEFLORE, CHARLES LEWIS, 
Greenwood, Business, Sigma Chi. 



LEMASTER, ALLEN R., Sardis, En- 
gineering. 



LENNARD, EDDIE DALTON, Swif- 
town, Agriculture. 



LEVY, GERT GUSTAV, Natchez, 
Science, Sigma Alpha Mu, IFC, 
Chemistry Club. 

LEWIS, BARNEY LUTHER, Mc- 
Comb, Engineering; IAS, 3, 4. 



LEWIS, JOHN THOMAS, Clarksdale, 
Agriculture. 



LEWIS, ROBERT PEARSON, Union, 
Education; ATA, 4; FFA, 4; Poultry 
Club, 4. 



LIGHTSEY, BEVERLY ADAM, Pa- 

chuta, Business. 



LINDSEY, BENJAMIN LOUIS, 
Woodland, Business; Junior Hotel 
Men of America, 3, 4. 



LINDSEY, NOAH E., Starkville, Busi- 
ness. 

LITTLE, JAMES EARL, JR., Hazle- 
hurst, Science, Kappa Sigma. 

LITTLEJOHN, MARVIN WESLEY, 
Blue Springs, Engineering; ASME, 
3, 4; Society for the Advancement 
of Management, 4. 

LLOYD, CHARLES WILLIAM, 

Starkville, Agriculture. 



LOLLAR, JAMES BEDFORD, Dar- 
ling, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma; 
Colonels' Club, 2; Agriculture Club, 
2. 



LONG, JAMES WALTON, Crandall, 

Agriculture. 



55 




Long Long 

Luckett Lusk 

Majure Mallory 



Long 
Luster 

Mann 



Loposer 

Lyon 
Mann 



Londin 

Lyon 

Martin 



Luckett 

Lyon 

Martin 



THE SENIOR 



LONG, JULIUS, Flora, Agriculture. 

LONG, NICHOLAS FRANK, . Inver- 
ness; FFA, 4; Newman Club, 3; 
Alpha Phi Omega, 3. 

LONG, WILLIAM DABBS, Meridian, 
Science, Kappa Alpha, Dip and 
Strike. 

LOPOSER, THOMAS L., Gulfport, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi, AIEE. 

LOUDIN, TROY K, Jackson, Engi- 
neering; AIEE, 3, 4; Institute of 
Radio Engineers, 3, 4. 

LUCKETT, EMILY ANNE, Tutwiler, 
Engineering, Chi Omega; Colonels' 
Club, 1, Secretary 1; Secretary of 
Chi Omega, 2; Best Dressed Girl, 
2; Secretary IAS, 3; Colonial Dames 
of America Award, 4. 

LUCKETT, WILLIAM C, Tutwiler, 
Engineering. 



LUSK, WILLIAM T., Doddsville, Ag- 
riculture; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
President, 3; Y. Council, 1; Colonels' 
Club, 2; Agriculture Engineering 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Alpha 
Zeta, 3, Secretary 4; Blue Key, 4. 
ODK, 4. 



LUSTER, THOMAS McCAY, Clarks- 
dale, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon, Block and Bridle. 



LYON, GEORGE DAVIS, Cedar 
Bluff, Business; Alpha Tau Omega, 
President, 3; Phi Eta Sigma, 2; 
Colonels' Club, 2; Y Council, 3; 
President Chi Lambda Rho, 4; Pres- 
ident Accounting Club 4; President 
IFC, 4 ; Blue Key, 4; ODK, 4; Who's 
Who in Amer. Col. & Univ., 4. 



LYON, MAUDE FRANCES, Ponto- 
toc, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Reveille, 3; Glee Club, 3; Dramatic 
Club, 3; International Relations 
Club, 4. 

LYON, ROBERT DANIEL, State 
College, Business, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. 

MAJURE, FREEMAN RAY, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., Science. 

MALLORY, ARNIE MILES, JR., 
Vicksburg, Engineering; ASCE, 4. 

MANN, MARY DELL, Columbus, 
Education. 

MANN, R. L., JR., Columbus, Busi- 
ness. 

MARTIN, CHARLES EDWARD, 
Water Valley, Education. 

MARTIN, HAROLD LEE, Crystal 
Springs, Agriculture; Block and 
Bridle, 3. 



56 




Martin 


Martin 


Mauldin 


Maute 


Mayhan 


Meacham 



Mathis 
Maxcy 
Meador 



Matthes 
Maxwell 
Meadows 



Mattox 

May 

Meeks 



Matulich 
Mayfield 
Melohn 



CLASS . . . 



MARTIN, JOE GODWIN, Ripley, 
Agriculture; BSU Council, 3; Block 
and Bridle, 4; Alpha Zeta, 4; Fresh- 
man Danforth Scholarship, 1; Jun- 
ior Danforth Scholarship, 4. 

MARTIN, RUPERT FRANCIS, Men- 
denhall, Agriculture; Block and 
Bridle, 3, 4; Agriculture Club, 3, 4. 

MATHIS, ERST RUFUS, Walnut, 
Engineering. 

MATTHES, CARL EMIL, JR., Biloxi, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi; ASCE, 3, 
4. 

MATTOX, JOHN REDUS, Colum- 
bus, Education. 

MATULICH, WALLACE ELEY, Co- 
lumbia, Education; M Club, 2, 3, 4. 



MAULDIN, THURMAN NEILL, 
Moss, Engineering, Lambda Chi 
Alpha; YMCA Class Council, 1, 2, 
3, 4, President 3; YMCA Cabinet, 
3, 4; Camera Club, 2, Vice-President 
2; ASME, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
Society for the Advancement of 
Management, 3, 4, President 4; 
BSU, 2. 

MAUTE, WILLIAM CURPHEY, 

Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 2, 4; Society for Advancement 
of Management, 3, 4; Reveille, 3; 
Reflector, 3; YMCA Class Council, 
3,4. 

MAXCY, THOMAS RAYMON, Lam- 
bert, Engineering; AIEE, 1, 3, 4. 

MAXWELL, FRANK M., Hatties- 
burg, Business, Sigma Pi, Colonels' 
Club, 3, 4; Junior Hotel Men of 
America, 4. 



MAY, WILLIAM WIMBERLY, Meri- 
dian, Business. 

MAYFIELD, GEORGE KEITH, 
Shannon, Education. 

MAYHAN, LEONARD ORLANDO, 
JR., Bruce, Engineering, Phi Eta 
Sigma, 2, 3, 4; ASME, 3, 4; Tau Beta 
Pi, 4. 

MEACHAM, DAN CAVITT, Scooba, 
Agriculture. 

MEADOR, RAY BILLY, Soso, Busi- 
ness, Theta Xi. 

MEADOWS, LUTHER OTTIS, Men- 
denhall, Agriculture, Alpha Zeta, 
Dairy Products Judging Team, 
Dairy Club. 

MEEKS, G. W., Corinth, Engineer- 
ing. 

MELOHN, VIRGIL WAYNE, Merid- 
ian, Education; Phi Eta Sigma, 3; 
Colonels' Club, 3; Maroon Band, 3; 
YMCA Council, 4; Chairman Reli- 
gious Emphasis Week, 4. 



57 




Miller 


Miller 


Miller 


Milstead 


Mitchell 


Mizelle 


Mobley 


Mobley 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


Montgomery 


Monty 


Moody 


Moor 


Moore 


Moore 


Moore 


Moorhead 



THE SENIOR 



MILLER, CLYDE, Decatur, Agricul- 
ture, Agricultural Adm. Club, 2, 3, 
4. 

MILLER, JOHN LUPER, JR., Silver 
Creek, Business. 

MILLER, WALTER TRIPLETT, 
Drew, Engineering; ASCE, 3, 4. 

MILSTEAD, AUBREY W., Water 
Valley, Engineering, Alpha Phi 
Omega, AIEE. 

MITCHELL, THOMAS MYERS, 
Louisville, Business, Sigma Chi. 

MIZELLE, CHAMBLISS, Laurel, 
Business; Sigma Pi, President 3; 
President Spiked Shoe Club, 4; 
Track, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Team 
3; M Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Colonels' Club, 
3; IFC, 2; Dance Committee, 4. 



MOBLEY, JOSEPH O., Yazoo City, 
Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha; 
ASME, 4. 

xMOBLEY, LEONARD AUGUSTINE, 
Yazoo City, Agriculture; Phi Eta 
Sigma, 2; Alpha Zeta, 2, 3, 4; Blue 
Key, 3, 4; Agricultural Economics 
Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treas- 
urer 2, President 3, 4; Agricultural 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Scholarship, 
4; Borden's Agricultural Scholar- 
ship, 4; Who's Who in Amer. Col. 
& Univer., 4. , 

MONROE, LEWIS LEON, Decatur, 
Agriculture; Agriculture Adm. 
Club, 3; Agriculture Club, 3. 

MONTGOMERY, FRED ROBERT, 

Amory, Education. 

MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM G., Du- 
rant, Business; Chi Lambda Rho, 3, 
4; Accounting Club, 3, 4. 



MONTY, CHARLES, JR., Jonestown, 
Agriculture, Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta 
Sigma, 1; Band, 3; Newman Club, 
4; Agricultural Engineering Club, 
4; Agricultral Club, 4. 

MOODY, HOMER CALVIN, JR., 

Poplarville, Agriculture, Alpha 
Zeta, President Block and Bridle. 

MOOR, CHARLES HAROLD, 

Greenwood, Agriculture, Sigma Chi; 
Ag. Club, 3; Ag. Economics Club, 
4. 
MOORE, JAMES A., Jackson, Engi- 
neering; ASME, 3, 4. 

MOORE, JOHN OWETT, Augusta, 
Ga., Agriculture, M Club. 

MOORE, ROBERT W., Helena, Ark., 
Business. 

MOORHEAD, HENRY CLAY, Blue 
Mountain, Education; Internation- 
al Relations Club, 4. 



58 




Moose 

Morgan 

Mullen 



Morgan 

Morris 

Mullen 



Morgan 

Morris 

Mullican 



Morgan 

Morris 

Mullins 



Morgan 

Morris 

Mullins 



Morgan 

Mott 

Murff 



CLASS .. . 



MOOSE, CHARLOTTE L., Hunts- 
ville, Ala.; Science, YMCA Lunch- 
eon Club, 1; German Club, 3; Re- 
flector, 4; Reveille, 4. 

MORGAN, JULIAN WEBRER, Mo- 
selle, Education; FFA, 3, 4. 

MORGAN, HUGH MILLER, Jack- 
son, Engineering. 

MORGAN, KENNETH CHAPPLE, 
Ellisville, Education; FFA, 3, 4; 
ATA, 3, 4. 

MORGAN, SUE, Saltillo, Business, 
Zeta Tau Alpha; YMCA Luncheon 
Club, 4; YMCA Council, 4; BSU 
Executive Council, 4; Reveille, 4. 

MORGAN, WAYNE H., Sallis, Busi- 
ness, Alpha Tau Omega. 



MORGAN, WILLIAM H., JR., Mor- 
gan City, Agriculture, Kappa Sig- 
ma; Vice-President Phi Eta Sigma, 
1; Blue Key, 4; Vice-President ODK, 
4; President Pi Kappa Delta, 4; 
President Alpha Zeta, 3; Scabbard 
and Blade, 3; ROTC Cadet Captain, 
4; College Debate Team, 4. 



MORRIS, BYRON, JR., Tuscaloosa, 
Ala.; Agriculture. 



MORRIS, WILLIAM GORDON, JR., 

Memphis, Tenn.; Agriculture; Sigma 
Pi. 



MORRIS, WILLIAM L., Marks, En- 
gineering. 

MORRIS, WILLIAM MACK, Co- 
lumbia, Agriculture. 



MOTT, JAMES ANTHONY, Buffalo, 
N. Y.; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, 
3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4; 
AIEE, 3, 4. 

MULLEN, RICHARD E., Winona, 
Engineering. 

MULLEN, WILLIAM HARRY, 
Quentin, Business, Lambda Chi Al- 
pha, Colonels' Club, Accounting 
Club. 

MULLICAN, ROBERT D., Wesson, 
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE. 

MULLINS, HUBERT B., Merigold, 
Business. 

MULLINS, ROLAND EDWARD, 

Starkville, Business. 

MURFF, OTIS SPRINGFIELD, JR., 
Tupelo, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2; Colonels' Club, 
2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



59 




Murphy 

McCaskill 

McCuiston 



Murphy 

McClanahan 

McCulley 



Murray 

McCluer 

McCullough 



Mc Alexander 

McClughan 

McDaniel 



McCann 
McClure 
McDaniel 



MeCarty 

McCollum 

McDonald 



THE SENIOR 



MURPHY, GEORGE WILLIAM, 
Vicksburg, Science, Theta Xi, Dip 
& Strike, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 



MURPHY, JOHN FRANKLIN, Me- 
ridian, Business; Maroon Band, 3; 
ROTC Band, 3. 



MURRAY, JOHN RAYMOND, Sum- 
merland, Business; Accounting 
Club, 3, 4. 



McALEXANDER, WALLACE RAY, 
Holly Springs, Agriculture; Agricul- 
ture Engineering Club, 4; Agricul- 
ture Club, 2, 3, 4. 



McCANN, WILLIAM H., Shuqualak, 
Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, AIEE, 
4; Colonels' Club, 2. 



McCARTY, SYLVIA E., Sunflower, 
Business, Zeta Tau Alpha; Historian 
Zeta Tau Alpha, 4; Reveille, 2, 3, 
4; Assistant Society Editor, Reflec- 
tor, 4; Feature Editor Mis-A-Sip, 2, 
3,4. 

McCASKILL, OLIVER LEE, Stark- 
ville, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
ASME, 4. 

McCLANAHAN, D. S., Columbus, 

Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2; 
AIEE, 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi, 4. 

McCLUER, JAMES ALLEN, Jack- 
son, Business. 

McCLUGHAN, DARRELL NOR- 
MAN, Taylorville, 111.; Science, Phi 
Kappa Tau; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 
4; Dip and Strike Club, 3. 

McLURE, ROBERT LAMAR, Acker- 
man, Agriculture, Agriculture En- 
gineering Club. 



McCOLLUM, ROBERT EUGENE, 

Sherman, Agriculture, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, Camera Club. 

McCUISTON, WILLIAM GORE, 

Sweatman, Education. 

McCULLEY, CHARLES R., JR., 
Iuka, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. 

McCULLOUGH, GERALDINE M., 

Houlka, Education. 

McDANIEL, EDWARD B., JR., 
Rome, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Dip and Strike Club, 3; Sigma Gam- 
ma Epsilon, 4. 

McDANIEL, GEORGE OTTO, JR., 

Boyle, Engineering, Sigma Pi; 
ASME, 3, 4. 

McDONALD, CALVIN L., JR., Me- 
ridian, Engineering, AIEE. 



60 







McDonnell 


McGaha 


McGee 


McHugh 


Mclntyre 


McKie 


McKinnon 


McLeod 


McMillan 


McMullen 


McNeel 


McPherson 


McQuinn 


McRae 


McVay 


McWhorter 


McWhorter 


McWilliams 



\j L A o O 



McDonnell, Catherine mary, 

Biloxi, Business, Chi Omega, Secre- 
tary Sophomore Class; Most Beau- 
tiful, 2; Best Dressed, 2; Beauty, 1, 
2, 3, 4; Dance Committee, 2; Colo- 
nels' Club, 1; President Newman 
Club, 1; Assistant Society Editor 
Reflector, 2; YMCA, 1; State Player, 
1; Reveille, 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader, 4; 
President Chi Omega, 4. 

McGAHA, THOMAS EDWARD, 

Coldwater, Business, Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon; Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent, 4; Secretary Student Associa- 
tion, 4; Scabbard & Blade, 4; Cadet 
Officer ROTC, 4; IFC, 4; Account- 
ing Club, 3; Sports Editor Reveille, 
3; Assistant Business Manager, 4; 
YMCA, 1; Who's Who in Amer. Col. 
& Univ., 4; Blue Key, 4. 

McGEE, CLYDE T., Ackerman, En- 
gineering, Alpha Tau Omega, 
YMCA, 1; Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, 3; AIEE, 3. 



McHUGH, WALTER MICHAEL, 
Meridian, Engineering; SAM, 4; 
ASME, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 2, 
3, 4. 

McINTYRE, ROBERT QUIN, JR., 
Greenwood, Business, Sigma Chi; 
Maroon Band, 1, 2. 

McKIE, JOHN WILLIAM, Pickens, 
Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Block 
and Bridle Club, Rod and Gun 
Club. 

McKINNON, MICHAEL D., Mc- 
Comb, Business, Lambda Chi Al- 
pha; Adjutant, American Legion, 2; 
SAM, 4; Mu Sigma Chi, 4. 

McLEOD, GEORGE CECIL, JR., 

Leakesville, Agriculture, Ag. Engi- 
neering Club, 4. 

McMILLAN, AUBREY LEE, Osyka, 
Agriculture; Dairy Club, 3; BSU, 3; 
Alpha Zeta, 4. 

McMULLEN, JAMES WILLIAM, 
Coldwater, Education, Phi Kappa 
Tau, FFA, Alpha Tau Alpha. 



McNEEL, ELLIS C, Laurel, Engi- 
neering, Kappa Sigma; President 
Kappa Sigma, 4; YMCA Cabinet, 
4; AIEE, 4; Alpha Phi Omega, 4; 
IFC, 3; Blue Key, 4. 

Mcpherson, john william, 

Cleveland, Agriculture, Sigma Chi; 
President Sigma Chi, 4; IFC, 4; 
Dance Committee, 4; Scabbard and 
Blade, 4; Ag. Club, 3, 4; Ag. En- 
gineering Club, 3, 4. 

McQUINN, CARL, JR., Greenwood, 
Business, Alpha Tau Omega. 

McRAE, RAYMOND H., DeKalb, 
Agriculture, Ag. Economics Club, 4. 

McVAY, ROBERT LOWE, Tupelo, 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice- 
President, 4. 

McWHORTER, FRANK HOYLE, 
Plantersville, Business. 

McWHORTER, JOHN L., Baldwyn, 
Engineering, AIEE, 3, 4. 

McWILLIAMS, CLYDE S.,. DeKalb, 
Education. 



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luteal 




iWmKmm^ 






I 




McWilliams 


McWilliams 


Nash 


Noland 


Norman 


Norman 


Normand 


Norton 


Norwood 


Novak 


Oakes 


Oakman 


Odom 


Odum 


Oglesby 


O'Kelly 


Oliver 


O'Neal 



THE SENIOR 



McWilliams, leon clayton, 

JR., Meridian, Agriculture, Kappa 
Alpha, Block and Bridle Club, Ag- 
riculture Club. 

McWILLIAMS, THOMAS E., Merid- 
ian, Business, Kappa Alpha, M 
Club. 



NASH, JAMES E., Webb, Agricul- 
ture. Kappa Sigma; Glee Club, 2; 
Mis-A-Sip, 3, 4. 



NOLAND, HENRY PEYTON, Vicks- 
burg, Science, Alpha Tau Omega. 

NORMAN, CECIL LAMAR, New Al- 
bany, Engineering; BSU Council, 3. 

NORMAN, JAMES E., New Albany, 
Engineering. 



NORMAND, WILBERT CHARLES, 
Gulf port, Science; Maroon Band, 
1, 3, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Beta Beta Beta, 3; President New- 
man Club, 3, Vice-President 4. 

NORTON, JOHN OLIN, Guntown, 
Engineering; ASCE, 2, 3, 4; Tau 
Beta Pi, 4. 

NORWOOD, PERRY HUNTER, 

Ruleville, Business. 

NOVAK, FRANKIE, Robertsdale, 
Ala.; Education; FFA, 3. 

OAKES, GEORGE FRANK, Murphy, 
Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Ma- 
roon Band, Collegians, Accounting 
Club, Colonels' Club. 

OAKMAN, JACK HARPER, Panther 
Burn, Agriculture; Ag. Engineering 
Club, 3, 4; Treasurer, Ag. Engi- 
neering Club, 4. 



ODOM, HERMON W., Durant, Busi- 
ness. 

ODUM, GEORGE OTTO, Starkville, 
Business. 

OGLESBY, JIMMIE L., Jackson, En- 
gineering, Kappa Sigma, Vice-Pres- 
ident Sophomore Class; YMCA, 2; 
Rod and Gun Club, 3, 4 ; President 
Illuminating Engineers Club, 4; 
AIEE, 4. 

O'KELLY, LEWIS JACKSON, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., Engineering; ISA Re- 
cording Secretary, 3; Vice-Chair- 
man, 4. 

OLIVER, JAMES HOWARD, Sidon, 
Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Agriculture 
Engineering Club, 4. 

O'NEAL, ADRAIN PERICLES, Gulf- 
port, Engineering, Sigma Pi; IAS, 
4. 



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O'Neal 
Palmer 

Patrick 



Orr 

Palmer 

Patterson 



Oswalt 
Pandolfi 

Payne 



Owens 
Pantoliano 

Pearce 



Pace 
Parker 

Pearson 



Palmer 
Parker 

Peay 



CLASS .. . 



O'NEAL, HUDSON, Calhoun City, 
Education. 



ORR, ANDERSON JENNINGS, Kos- 
ciusko, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha, Ag. Engineering Club. 



OSWALT, OTIS MARVIN, Starkville, 
Business. 



OWENS, HOYT DAVIS, Fulton, En- 
gineering; AIEE, 4. 



PACE, HOY, Sumrall, Education; 
FFA, 3. 



PALMER, ARLON L., Morton, Busi- 
ness, Theta Xi Secretary. 



PALMER, MURPHY MOORE, Co- 
lumbus, Business. 

PALMER, RICHARD ARM- 

STRONG, Pontotoc, Education; 
Scabbard and Blade, 3. 

PANDOLFI, TONY, Shaw, Engineer- 
ing, ASME. 

PONTOLIANO, THOMAS D., Vicks- 
burg, Engineering, Theta Kappa 
Phi; Newman Club, 2; IFC, 4; 
ASME, 3; Dance Committee, 4. 

PARKER, JAMES C, Ocean Springs, 
Engineering. 

PARKER, JOHN THOMAS, JR., Cfu- 
ger, Agriculture, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon; ASME, 3, 4. 



PATRICK, DANIEL HENRY, JR., 
Jackson, Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Colonels' Club, 2; 
ASCE, 2; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3; Dip 
and Strike, 3; Sigma Gamma Epsi- 
lon, 4; YMCA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue Key, 4. 

PATTERSON, ROBERT BRYAN, 
Okolona, Agriculture, M Club; Blue 
Key, 4. 

PAYNE, WILLIS JACKSON, Newton, 
Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

PEARCE, JOSEPH MARION, Brook- 
lyn, Education. 

PEARSON, HUBERT M., New Al- 
bany, Engineering. 

PEAY, JAMES CRAYTON, Starkville, 
Business; Chi Lambda Rho, 3. 



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Peeples 


Peevey 


Pegues 


Pendergrass 


Pennington 


Pennington 


Perkins 


Peters 


Peterson 


Phillips 


Phillips 


Pickens 


Pierce 


Platte 


Ponder 


Porter 


Porter 


Pou 



THE SENIOR 



PEEPLES, BINFORD HARDY, Eu- 
pora, Business, Delta Sigma Phi, 
Chi Lambda Rho, 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; BSU, 2, 3, 4; YMCA, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi, 4; Head 
Master, 4; Reveille 4; State Players, 
1, 2, 4; YMCA Council, 3, 4. 

PEEVEY, MALCOLM ANDREW, 
Richton, Agriculture; M Club, 2. 

PEGUES, JOHN REED, JR., Tupelo, 
Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

PENDERGRASS, ROBERT HENRY, 
Magee, Education; Alpha Tau Al- 
pha, 2; FFA, 2. 

PENNINGTON, CONNIE JACK- 
SON, Caledonia, Education; FFA, 
3 ; Alpha Tau Alpha. 

PENNINGTON, HOYLE CLARK, 
Saltillo, Education. 

PERKINS, ROBERT H, Belzoni, Ed- 
ucation; Kappa Alpha, President, 4; 
IFC, 3, 4; ASME, 4. 



PETERS, WATHALL, JR., Charles- 
ton, Business, Alpha Phi Omega. 

PETERSON, MARCUS WIRT, Stur- 
gis, Agriculture; Ag. Administra- 
tion Club, 4. 

PHILLIPS, LOWELL EVANS, Sa- 
vannah, Tenn.; Education; FFA, 4. 

PHILLIPS, WILLIE E., Corinth, En- 
gineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi 
Kappa Delta, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, 
Y Council, Y Cabinet, Wesley Foun- 
dation, Student Council, Tau Beta 
Pi Outstanding Freshman Award, 
YMCA Gold Triangle Award, West- 
inghouse Achievement Scholarship, 
Who's Who in Amer. Col. & Univ., 
Blue Key; ODK. 

PICKENS, CURRY S., Pontotoc, Ed- 
ucation. 



PIERCE, HUGH VERNON, Jackson, 
Business, Kappa Sigma; SAM, 3, 
4, Vice-President 4; State's Players, 
2, 3, Business Manager 3; Alpha 
Psi Omega, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 

PLATTE, EUGENE L„ St. Louis, 
Mo.; Business, Alpha Tau Omega, 
SAM. 

PONDER, JAMES FRANCIS, Brax- 
ton, Education; FFA, 4. 

PORTER, WALTER KENNETH, 
JR., Long Beach, Agriculture; Am. 
Soc. Agron., 3; Alpha Zeta, 3, Vice- 
President 4; President Agron. Club, 
4; Who's Who in Amer. Col. & 
Univ., 4. 

PORTER, WILLIAM F., Starkville, 
Business. 

POU, JAMES W., Ellisville, Agricul- 
ture, Lambda Chi Alpha, Horticul- 
ture Club, Y Council, Beta Beta 
Beta. 



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Powell 

Price 

Ragland 



Powell 

Price 

Randolph 



Powell 

Price 

Ratliff 



Powell 
Proctor 
Rawls 



Pray 

Pruitt 

Ray 



Price 
Pry or 
Ray 



kj L A o o 



POWELL, ROBERT WAIN- 
WRIGHT, Sunflower, Agriculture. 

POWELL, WILLIAM CARROLL, 

Hattiesburg, Business; ASME, 3; 
SAM, 4. 

POWELL, WILLIAM EDWARD, 
Puckett, Agriculture; Alpha Zeta, 
3; Agronomy Club President, 4; 
Blue Key, 4. 

POWELL, WILLIAM THEO, Tay- 
lorsville, Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, 
4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 4; Westing- 
house Achievement Award, 4. 

PRAY, HUBERT Q., McComb, Engi- 
neering, Pi Kappa Alpha; Maroon 
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Band 
Council, 1, 2; Collegians, 2, 4; South- 
ernaires, 1, 3; AIEE, 3, 4. 

PRICE, CARL, JR., Toomsuba, Engi- 
neering; ASME, 4. 

PRICE, MILLARD MERKLE, Wig- 
gins, Agriculture; Beta Beta Beta, 
4; Alpha Zeta, 4; Agriculture Club, 
3. 



PRICE, RAY RANDOLPH, Hazel- 
hurst, Business. 

PRICE, ROBERT CORNELIUS, JR., 
Tampa, Fla.; Science, Kappa Alpha. 

PROCTOR, JAMES W., Clarksdale, 
Science, Kappa Sigma; ASCE, 3; 
Advertising Manager Reflector, 2; 
Assistant Business Manager, 3; 
Business Manager, 4; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon, 4; Dip and Strike Club, 4; 
Treasurer. 

PRUITT, MARION F., Laurel, Sci- 
ence, Kappa Sigma; Maroon Band, 
1; Dip and Strike Club, 4; Colle- 
gians, 1. 

PRYOR, JAMES WHITE, West Point, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi; ASCE, 4. 

RAGLAND, EVAN L., Jackson, Engi- 
neering, Kappa Alpha. 

RANDOLPH, MALCOLM MON- 
TAGUE, Batesville, Agriculture, 
Ag. Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer; 
President Alpha Zeta, 3, 4; Distin- 
guished Military Student; Blue Key, 
4. 



RATLIFF, SARAH F., Natchez, Busi- 
ness, Zeta Tau Alpha, Society Edi- 
tor Reflector, 1, Editor-in-Chief 2; 
Senior Class Editor Reveille, 4; Pi 
Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi 
Omega, 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Dramatic Club Secretary, 2; 
Student Director, 3; Business Man- 
ager, 4; Omicron Theta, 2; Commit- 
ager, 4; Omicron Theta, 2; Board 
of Publications, 2. 

RAWLS, JOHN ELDRIDGE, Colum- 
bia; Glee Club,. 1; YMCA Cabinet, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer Wesley Foun- 
dation, 3; Beta Beta Beta, 3; Ger- 
man Club, 3; Vice-President Wes- 
ley Foundation. 

RAY, JACK ERVIN, Pontotoc, Agri- 
culture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



RAY, JIM JUNIOR, Calhoun City, 
Education. 



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Ray 


Rayborn 


Rayner 


Read 


Reddoch 


Reeves 


Richmond 


Rieves 


Riley 


Riser 


Rives 


Roberts 


Roberts 


Robertson 


Robinson 


Robinson 


Robinsoji 


Robley 



THE SENIOR 



RAY, THOMAS LAMB, Ackerman, 
Agriculture; FFA, 4. 

RAYBORN, TALMADGE, Sumrall, 
Agriculture; YMCA, 1; Sears Schol- 
arship Club, 1; BSU, 1, 2; Ag Club, 
2, 3, 4; Ag. Economics Club, 2, 3, 4. 

RAYNER, WALTER HOLMES, 

Greenwood, Business, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 

READ, LELAND LUTHER, Louin, 
Agriculture. 



REDDOCH, JIMMY WILSON, Sum- 
merland, Business. 



REEVES, JAMES ALBERT, Sturgis, 
Education; FFA, 3, 4. 



RICHMOND, WILLIAM LAVEN- 
DER, Summit, Business, Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Chi Lamb- 
da Rho, 3, Vice-President 4; Blue 
Key, 3, Vice-President 4; Alpha Phi 
Omega, 2, Vice-President 3; Ac- 
counting Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4; Student Council, 4; Who's 
Who in Amer. Col. & Univ., 4; Pres. 
ODK, 4. 

RIEVES, BILLIE LAKE, Aberdeen, 
Education. 

RILEY, FRANK TAYLOR, West 
Point, Business, Sigma Chi. 

RISER, CHARLES ROBERT, Ray- 
mond, Business. 

RIVES, JULIAN WRAY, Indianola, 
Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ROBERTS, EDWIN HAYES, Luce- 
dale, Agriculture. 

ROBERTS, RANDALL EDWARD, 
Biloxi, Education, Pi Kappa Tau. 



ROBERTSON, HERBERT KEITH- 
LY, Jackson, Business; Kappa Sig- 
ma President, 3; Colonel's Club, 3; 
Ex-Marine Club President, 3; Am. 
Legion Vice-Commander, 3; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Chi Lambda Rho, 3; 
Pi Delta" Epsilon; Blue Key, 3; 
Treaurer Kappa Sigma, 2, 3; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, 3; Reflector, 3; 
Phi Eta Sigma, Pres., 2. 

ROBINSON, HARRY GATES, West 
Point, Business. 

ROBINSON, HOWARD E., Waynes- 
boro, Business. 

ROBINSON, RICHARD LEON, 

Brandon, Agriculture, Alpha Zeta. 

ROBLEY, RAY C, Tunica, Engi- 
neering; Tau Beta Pi, 4; AIEE, 3, 
4; Alpha Phi Omega, 4; Y Cabinet, 
3, 4. 



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Roby 
Rounsaville 

Russell 



Rochester 

Rowe 

Rutledge 



Roesch 

Rueff 

Saino 



Rochester 

Ruffin 

Sanders 



Rogers 

Rush 

Santmyer 



Rossoff 
Russell 
Saucier 



CLASS .. . 



ROBY, SHELBY WILLIAM, JR., 

Kosciusko, Business, Kappa Sigma. 

ROCHESTER, JAMES MARLER, 
Morton, Business. 

ROESCH, GEORGE FELLS, Vicks- 
burg, Business; Chi Lambda Rho, 
3, 4; Accounting Club, 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Auxiliary of 
the Miss. Society of CPA, 4. 

ROCHESTER, ROGER L., Jackson, 
Business; IAS, 3; SAM, 2, 3, 4. 

ROGERS, AUBREY FULTON, Net- 
tleton, Business. 

ROSSOFF, JEROME, Starkville, En- 
gineering; Sigma Alpha Mu, Presi- 
dent, Vice-President; Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, Colonel's Club, Tau Beta 
Pi; IFC, 4; IAS. 



ROUNSAVILLE, OSCAR GORDAN, 
JR., Leakesville, Business, Theta Xi; 
Scabbard and Blade, 3. 

ROWE, WILLIAM THOMAS, Byha- 
lia, Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, 3; 
IAS, 2. 

RUEFF, ROBERT HARPER, Mc- 
Comb, Business, SAM, YMCA. 

RUFFIN, DAVID ALLEN, Earle, 
Business, Kappa Alpha, Chi Lamb- 
da Rho, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager, 
2. 



RUSH, JOHN CHEATHAM, Phila- 
delphia, Science, Sigma Pi. 

RUSSELL, ERNEST EVERETTE, 

Carpenter, Science, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 



RUSSELL, JOHN PRESTON, Bran- 
don, Agriculture. 



RUTLEDGE, HENRY BEDFORD, 
Fulton, Education, FFA. 



SAINO, FRANK CHASE, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Business, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. 



SANDERS, PAUL D., Heidleberg, 
Education. 



SANTMYER, JOHN TYLER, JR., 

Hattiesburg, Kappa Alpha. 



SAUCIER, CORBETT KEITH, Bi- 

loxi, Education. 



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Ljf. 



Scott 


Scott 


Seal 


Shaw 


Shelton 


Shettles 


Shipp 


Shirley 


Shoemaker 


Shuler 


Sides 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Sistrnnk 


Slieh 



THE SENIOR 



SCOTT, O. W.,. Duck Hill, Business; 
Pi Kappa Alpha Vice President, 1, 
Treasurer 2; YMCA, 1; IFC, 2. 

SCOTT, THOMAS WILLIAM, Eu- 
pora, Engineering, Kappa Sigma; 
Tau Beta Pi, 4; AIEE, 3, 4. 

SEAL, LEO W., Bay St. Louis, Busi- 
ness, Kappa Alpha; M Club; Stu- 
dent Council; Treas. Sr. Class; 
Beveille. 

SHAW, RALPH W., Kewanee, En- 
gineering; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3; 
AIEE, 3; Tau Beta Pi. 

SHELTON, BILLY WAYMON, 

Vaiden, Engineering, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha; ASCE, 4; Y Council, 2, 3. 

SHETTLES, JAMES IT, Pontotoc, 
Agriculture. 



SHIPP, RUSSELL PARKER, Cal- 
houn City, Agriculture. 

SHIRLEY, THOMAS CARROLL, 
Tupelo, Agriculture, Ag. Engineer- 
ing Club. 

SHOEMAKER, MARVIN CARL- 
TON, Louin, Engineering; AIEE, 4. 

SHULER, ROBERT L., Greenwood, 
Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega; 
AIEE, 3; IES, 4. 

SIDES, JOHN CHAPPELL, Coftee- 
ville, Agriculture, Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga; Alpha Zeta, 4; Block and Bridle 
Club, 3, 4; Ag. Club, 3, 4. 

SIMMONS, ALBERT DANIEL, JR., 

West Point, Engineering; Sigma 
Chi; ASCE, 4. 



SIMMONS, CLYDE EVERETT, 

West Point, Agriculture. 



SIMMONS, GEORGE WHITFIELD, 
JR., Utica, Business, Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon; Chi Lambda Rho, 4; Account- 
ing Club, 4. 

SIMMONS, JAMES MOSS, Stark- 
ville, Education. 

SIMMONS, WALTER TATE, Tyler- 
town, Agriculture. 

SISTRUNK, JOHN DAVIS, Parch- 
man. Science, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Colonels' Club, 1; Dip and Strike, 
4; Band, 1. 

SLIGH, NELLIE MARIE, West 
Point, Business. 



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Sloan 


Sloan 


Sloan 


Smiley 


Smith 


Smith 


Smith 


Smith 


Smith 


Sneed 


Sorrels 


Spain 


Spears 


Speed 


Speights 


Spinks 


Springer 


Stacks 



CLASS . 



SLOAN, BRYCE G., Memphis, Tenn.; 
Business, Theta Xi. 



SLOAN, RICHARD CROFTON, 
Vicksburg, Engineering, ASCE. 



SLOAN, ROLLIN, JR., Vicksburg, 
Engineering; KME, 3, 4; Scabbard 
and Blade, 3, 4. 

SMILEY, WILLIAM LEA, Liberty, 
Education, FFA. 

SMITH, DAVID MOTTLEY, Green- 
ville, Science. 

SMITH, EUNICE L., Courtland, 
Business, Chi Omega, Associate 
Editor Mis-A-Sip, 3; Reveille, 2; 
Secretary Chi Omega; Reflector, 2; 
State Players, 1. 



SMITH, HOSEA EDWARD, Mathis- 
ton, Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4; 
ASME, 3, 4. 



SMITH, JASPER HENRY, Decatur, 
Education. 



SMITH RAY, Maud, Agriculture. 

SNEED, HENRY EUGENE, Vicks- 
burg, Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Dip and Strike, Sigma Gamma Ep- 
silon. 

SORRELS, ROBERT EDWIN, West 
Point, Business; Phi Eta Sigma, 1. 

SPAIN, THOMAS ALEXANDER, 
Vicksburg, Business; Kappa Alpha 
President, 3, Vice-President 4; 
Dance Committee, 3, 4; IFC, 3. 



SPEARS, PERCY JACKSON, JR., 

Jackson, Agriculture; Block and 
Bridle, 2, 3, 4. 

SPEED, DONALD DAVID, Belzoni, 
Business, Kappa Alpha; Colonels' 
Club, 2; YMCA, 1, 2; Track, 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball, 2; M Club, 3, 4; 
Dance Committee, 3; Reveille, 3; 
Mis-A-Sip, 2, 3, 4; Blue Key, 3, 4. 

SPEIGHTS, MARION T., Memphis, 
Tenn.; Engineering. 

SPINKS, RALEIGH JOE, DeKalb, 
Agfirieulture; Block and Bridle, 2. 

SPRINGER, ELBERT ALLEN, Oko- 

lona, Engineering; ASME, 3, 4. 

STACKS, WILLIAM CLEMENT, 
JR., Natchez, Engineering. 



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Steele 


Stemme 


Stephens 


Stephenson 


Stevens 


Stevens 


Stevens 


Strange 


Stringer 


Stuart 


Stuart 


Sudduth 


Summerford 


Sumrall 


Swearengen 


Swindoll 


Swindoll 


Sylvester 



THE SENIOR 



STEELE, JASON SHIRLEY, Hatties- 
burg, Education. 

STEMME, WILLIAM JOHN, Hat- 
tiesburg, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, 
Alpha Zeta, 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta, 3, 
4, Vice-President 3, President 4; 
Maroon Band, 1; YMCA Council, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; YMCA 
Cabinet, 3, 4; Horticulture Club, 2, 
3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Ag. 
Club, 4; Presbyterian Group, 3, 4. 

STEPHENS, BRYAN HALE, JR., Rip- 
ley, Engineering. 

STEPHENSON, CLIFTON LAMAR, 
JR., Flora, Business, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha; Chi Lambda Rho, 4; Account- 
ing Club, 3; American Legion, 2; 
Auxiliary Mississippi Society CPA, 



STEVENS, ARTHUR BOSWELL, 
JR., Macon, Agriculture, Kappa Al- 
pha, Block and Bridle Club, Ag. 
Club, Livestock Judging Team, 4. 

STEVENS, JOHN ALBERT, Weath- 
ersby, Education, FFA. 

STEVENS, ROBERT LOREE, Hei- 
delburg, Education; FFA, 3, 4; 
Block and Bridle, 2, 3, 4; Agri. Club, 

2, 3, 4. 

STRANGE, KENNETH T., Meridian, 
Business. 

STRINGER, HOWARD JAMES, Co- 
lumbia, Education. 

STUART, JAMES B., JR., Jackson, 
Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, M 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

STUART, WILBURN ARLEW, Pon- 
totoc, Education, FFA. 



SUDDUTH, HAROLD PEYTON, 
Pontotoc. 

SUMMERFORD, LIONEL GLENN, 
Amory, Engineering; ASME, 4. 

SUMRALL, JOE LUTHER, Richton, 
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, 3; AIEE, 
3. 

SWEARENGEN, FRANK BRAD- 
FORD, Oakland, Agriculture. 

SWINDOLL, FRED DUNCAN, 

Sweatman, Business. 

SWINDOLL, ROBERT EVERT, Eu- 
pora, Engineering; AIEE, 3. 4. 

SYLVESTER, JAMES H., Quitman, 
Engineering; AIEE, 3, 4; APO, 3, 
4; Rifle Team, 2; Maroon Band, 2, 
3. 



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Tatum 


Taylor 


Taylor 


Taylor 


Taylor 


Taylor 


Teeuwissen 


Templeton 


Tennison 


Terry 


Thames 


Thomas 


Thomas 


Thompson 


Thompson 


Thompson 


Thorns 


Thornton 



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TATUM, JAMES ARLAN, Waynes- 
boro, Education, FFA. 

TAYLOR, DOUGLAS EVANS, Me- 
ridian, Agriculture, Kappa Alpha. 

TAYLOR, JEFFERSON CARL, JR., 
Yazoo City, Engineering, KME, 
Band. 

TAYLOR, MURDOCK, JR., Fayette, 
Agriculture. 

TAYLOR, NOXIE JONES, Laurel, 
Agriculture; Block and Bridle, 3, 4. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM STILL, Como, 
Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

TEEUWISSEN, CHRISTOFFEL H., 
Arnhem, Netherlands, AIEE, YMCA 
Cabinet, Graduate of Royal Mili- 
tary Academy— Breda. 



TEMPLETON, ALEXIS EVER- 
ETTE, Hollandale, Engineering, 
ASCE. 

TENNISON, EUGENE, Booneville, 
Education, Delta Sigma Phi. 

TERRY, IRA JAMES, Yazoo City, 
Science, Kappa Alpha. 

THAMES, WILLIAM ROBERT, 
Hattiesburg, Business; BSU Presi- 
dent, 4. 

THOMAS, DOCK JEFFERSON, 
Harperville, Education; Baseball, 
1, 2; M Club. 

THOMAS, NATHANIEL WIL- 
LIAMS, Tallulah, La., Agriculture, 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Colonels' Club, 
1; Ag. Engineering Club, 2, 3, 4; 
Ag. Club, 1, 2; Alpha Zeta, 4. 



THOMPSON, JOHNNY MILTON, 
Jackson, Engineering; AIEE, 3, 4. 



THOMPSON, LEE H., Pontotoc, Ag- 
riculture; Sigma Pi President, 3; 
Colonels' Club, 3; IFC, 3, Vice-Pres- 
ident 4; Ag. Administration Club, 3, 
President 4; YMCA Council, 4; Blue 
Key, 4. 

THOMPSON, LEO, Okolona, Edu- 
cation; YMCA, 1, 2, 3; Alpha Tau 
Alpha, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 
2, 3, 4; FFA, 2, 3. 

THOMS, WILLIAM GRIFFIN, Hat- 
tiesburg, Business. 

THORNTON, RUPERT BAILEY, 

Kosciusko, Engineering; Glee Club, 
4. 



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Tingle 


Toode 


Towery 


Tramel 


Triggs 


Tucker 


Underfill! 


Valentine 


Vance 


Van Wagner 


Vaughan 


Vaughan 


Virden 


Wade 


Wade 


Wadkins 


Waldrom 


Wallace 



THE SENIOR 



TINGLE, CHARLES WILLIE, Phil- 
adelphia, Education; FFA, 3; VFW, 
3. 

TOOTLE, ERON RONDO, Ocean 
Springs, Education, Phi Kappa 
Tau. 

TOWERY, GROVER HAROLD, 

Plantersville, Business. 

TRAMEL, WILLIAM M., Sylvarena, 
Education, Alpha Tau Alpha, FFA, 
Poultry Club. 

TRIGGS, DOC LEON, JR., Hatties- 

burg, Agriculture; Alpha Zeta, 4; 
Scabbard and Blade, 4; Agricultu- 
ral Economics Club. 

TUCKER, BRADFORD JOLLY, 
Carthage, Education; ATA, 4; FFA, 
4. 

UNDERHILL, JEFFERSON, Rolling 
Fork, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. 



VALENTINE, JAMES HAROLD, 

Newton, Education; FFA, 4. 

VANCE, SARA ALICE, Laurel, Edu- 
cation; Zeta Tau Alpha; Reveille, 3; 
Dramatic Club, 3; YMCA Cabinet, 
4. 

VAN WAGNER, ANN G„ Starkville, 
Education, Glee Club, YMCA, Wes- 
ley Foundation. 

VAUGHAN, ELLIE LEE, JR., Amo- 
ry, Education, ATA, FFA; Poultry 
Club, 4. 

VAUGHAN, HUGH REECE, Vaugh- 
an, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

VIRDEN, BOWMAR HARRIS, Jack- 
son, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma; 
President Colonels' Club, 2; De- 
bate Club, 1; Vice-President Pi Del- 
ta Epsilon, 3; Circulation Manager 
Reflector, 1; Circulation Manager 
Reveille, 2; Student Council, 2; 
Block & Bridle, 3, 4; Editor Mis-A- 
Sip, 2, 3; Ag. Club, 2, 3, 4; YMCA, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Guard, 2. 



WADE, CLIFTON STONECYPHER, 
Richton, Education; FFA, 3; F&AM, 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

WADE, GEORGE C, Glen Allen, 
Business, Pi Kappa Alpha; Presi- 
dent Colonels' Club, 1; Editor Rev- 
eille, 3; Dance Committee, 3; Board 
of Publications, 3; Commander 
American Legion, 4; Mis-A-Sip, 1; 
President Junior Class, 3; Vice-Pres- 
ident Pi Kappa Alpha, 3. 

WADKINS, RAYMOND EARL, Cor- 
inth, Business. 

WALDROM, THEODORE SPEN- 
CER, Canton, Engineering; ASME, 
3. 

WALLACE, HARRIS FAIRCLOTH, 
JR., Canton, Science, Dance Com- 
mittee, 3; Dip and Strike Club, 2; 
ROTC, 1, 3; ASME, 1; ASCE, 2; 
American Legion, 2; Ex-Marine 
Club, 2, 3. 



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Wallace 


Walters 


Walton 


Ware 


Warnick 


Warnoek 


Warren 


Waters 


Waters 


Watkins 


Weathers 


Watson 


Watson 


Watts 


Watts 


Watts 


Watrous 


Weeks 



CLASS .. . 



WALLACE, WILLIAM WILEY, 

Longview, Business. 

WALTERS, SEPHUS ALTON, Cren- 
shaw, Engineering; Ag. Engineer- 
ing Club, 3; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 4. 

WALTON, PATRICIA, Beulah, Edu- 
cation, Chi Omega; Reflector, 2, 3 
Society Editor, 3; Mis-A-Sip, 2, 3 
Reveille, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4 
YMCA Cabinet, 3; Wesley Founda- 
tion, 4; Agronomy Queen, 3; Favor- 
ite, 2, 3; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Pi 
Kappa Delta, 3, 4; Dance Commit- 
tee, 3; Vocalist— Collegians, 4; Vice- 
President Chi Omega, 4; Beauty, 4; 
Miss Miss. State, 4. 

WARE, JOHN DALE, Taylorsville, 
Agriculture, Sigma Pi, Agriculture 
Club, 3; Ag. Administration Club, 
2; Poultry Club, 3. 

WARNICK, CURTIS DURELL, 
Houston, Education; FFA, 4. 



WARNOCK, RAY T., DeKalb, Sci- 
ence, Glee Club, 2, 4; Wesley Foun- 
dation, 2, 4; State's Players, 2. 

WARREN, BENJAMIN H., JR., Jack- 
son, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Who's Who in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges, 3; Glee Club 
YMCA Council, 4; AIEE, 4. 

WATERS, CHARLES L., Tupelo, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi, Maroon 
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegians, 1, 4; 
Southernaires, 3; AIEE, 4. 

WATERS, RAY McGEE, Baldwyn, 
Business, Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga, Manager of Football Team. 

WATKINS, BENFORD LAVELLE, 
McDonald, Agriculture. 

WATROUS, GEOFFREY S., JR., 
Long Beach, Engineering, Maroon 
Band, AIEE. 



WATSON, ARCHIE RALPH, Cal- 
houn City, Agriculture, Sigma Pi, 
FFA. 

WATSON, DANIEL ELLIOTE, 
State College, Agriculture, ASAE. 

WATTS, JOHN ALTON, Laurel, Ed- 
ucation, Basketball. 

WATTS, LEE AUSTIN, Hughes, Ar- 
kansas, Agriculture, Alpha Tau 
Omega; M Club; Baseball, 2, 3. 

WATTS, LEWIS ROBERT, Colum- 
bia, Education, FFA, ATA. 

WEATHERS, ARVIL ALLEN, Co- 
lumbus, business. 

WEEKS, LEE ROY, Gulfport, Agri- 
culture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ten- 
nis Team, 2, 3, 4; ASAE, 3, 4; 
State's Players, 3, 4; Tennis Club 
President. 



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Weil 


Weissinger 


White 


White 


Williams 


Williams 



Welch 

Whiteside 

Williams 



West 

Wilkes 

Wilson 



Westover 
Wilkinson 
Wilson 



White 

Williams 

Wilson 



THE SENIOR 



WEIL, CHARLES G., Tallahassee, 
Fla.; Engineering; ASME, 4. 

WEISSINGER, CHARLES HYDE, 
Cary, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



WELCH, CLOYD W., West Point, 
Business, Alpha Tau Omega; Vice- 
President JHMA, 3; Hotel Manage- 
ment Club, 2, 3, 4; Secretary JHMA, 
4. 



WEST, JAMES BLAND, Round Lake, 
Engineering, ASME, SAM. 



WESTOVER, ROBERT JOHN, 
Waynesboro, Science. 

WHITE, DEWITT ALAN, Kosciusko, 
Business. 



WHITE, TERRELL LANCE, Sturgis, 
Agriculture, Ag. Engineering, 4. 

WHITE, WALTER ADEN, Learned, 
Agriculture; Agriculture Club, 2, 3, 
4. 

WHITESIDE, JOSEPH BUFORD, 
Tupelo, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

WILKES, JACK LEWIS, Tunica, Ag- 
riculture, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Cheer- 
leader, 2; ASAE, 3. 

WILKINSON, CHARLES H., Her- 
nando, Agriculture; Sigma Pi Presi- 
dent, 3; Journalism Trophy, 3; PEN 
Associate Editor, 2, Editor-in-Chief 
3, 4; College Directory Editor, 3, 4; 
Reflector, 2; Omicron Theta, 3; Pi 
Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma, 
2; State Players, 2; Colonels' Club, 
2; Student Council, 3; Maroon Band, 
1; Agri. Club, 2, 3, 4; Philadelphia 
Award, 3. 



WILLIAMS, HERMAN HOWELL, 

Gloster, Business; Phi Kappa Tau. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN SHARP, Good- 
man, Engineering, AIEE, IES. 

WILLIAMS, MARCUS DEAN, Bald- 
wyn, Engineering. 

WILLIAMS, RUDOLPH E., Learned, 
Agriculture. 

WILSON, CHARLES C, Jackson. 
Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha; 
AIEE, 3. 

WILSON, HARRY MAURY, Tupelo, 
Engineering, Sigma Chi. 

WILSON, HENRY M., JR., Starkville, 
Engineering. 



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Wilson 


Wilson 




Winders 


Wingfield 


Winfield 


Winter 


Wiseman 


Wygul 


Womack 


Womack 


Woods 


Woodward 


Worthy 


Wynn 


Yeatman 


York 


Young 


Young 


Young 



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WILSON, KENNETH VANBUREN, 
Eden, Engineering, ASCE. 

WILSON, JAMES LESTER, JR., 
Lake Cormorant; Business, Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha, Maroon Band, 1, 2, 
3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Secre- 
tary 4; Colonels' Club, 2; Editor 
Freshman Handbook, 3; Treasurer 
Lambda Chi Alpha, 3; YMCA Cabi- 
net, 3, 4; President Senior Lunch- 
eon Club; Treasurer Student Asso- 
ciation, 4; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities, 4. 

WILSON, MALCOLM DEWEY, 

Batesville, Agriculture, Ag. Engi- 
neering Club, Agriculture Club. 

WILSON, WILLIAM DENVER, 
Union, Business. 

WINDERS, JOSEPH WINFRED, 
Tupelo, Engineering; ASCE, 4; 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, 4. 

WINFIELD, DAVID ALDER, Stark- 
ville, Business. 



WINGFIELD, HUGH VIRGIL, JR., 

Columbus, Business, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 
WINTER, EVANS RILEY, Leland, 
Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega 
Maroon Band, 1; Glee Club, 1 
YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3; ASME, 3, 4 
Camera Club, 1, 3. 
WISEMAN, HOWARD GARY, East 

Tupelo, Agriculture; ASAE, 3. 
WIYGUL, JOHN GORDON, Shan- 
non, Agriculture, Block and Bridle 
Club, Livestock Judging Team. 
WOMACK, CLYDE STANLEY, JR., 

Magee, Education. 
WOMACK, GLENWOOD TRAVIS, 

Mantee, Education. 
WOODS, JOHN F., JR., Noxapater, 

Business. 
WOODWARD, WILLIAM WIN- 
FRED, Shubuta, Engineering, IAS. 
WORTH, SIDNEY LEWIS, Picayune, 
Business, Theta Xi; Phi Eta Sigma, 
3; Chi Lambda Rho, 4; Accounting 
Club, 4. 



WYNN, ADDISON H., Winona, Ag- 
riculture; Phi Eta Sigma, 2; Glee 
Club, 2, 3; Agriculture Club, Agron- 
omy Club. 

YEATMAN, HERMAN LAVELL, 

Maben, Education, Delta Sigma 
Phi; Phi Eta Sigma, 2; Scabbard 
and Blade, 4; Student Council, 4; In- 
ternational Relations Club, 4; Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 

YORK, WILLIAM B., Coffeeville, 
Education; Chemistry Club, 3. 

rOUNG, LEON BARNETT, Walnut 

Grove, Agriculture, Theta Xi, Colo- 
nels' Club, 2; Vice-President Theta 
Xi, 3, President 4; Beta Beta Beta, 
4; Vice-President Horticulture Club, 
4; IFC, 4. 

YOUNG, NEWMAN DUDLEY, Am- 
ory, Education. 

YOUNG, SHED DOIL, Mathison, 
Agriculture. 



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LESTER M. ADAMS, JR., Bus., Macon, Miss. 

THOMAS E. ALDRIDGE, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 

MURRY M. ALEXANDER, Agri., Greenville, Miss., Kappa Alpha. 

JAMES BURTON ALFORD, JR., Bus., Kappa Sigma, McComb, Miss. 



WILLIAM H. ALLEN, Bus., Lambda Chi Alpha, Brandon, Miss. 
JIMMY DOLLAR ALLISON, Agri., Aberdeen, Miss. 
IIOLLIE HOWARD ALFORD, Educ, Progress, Miss. 
CHARLES H. ALRIDGE, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Winona, Miss. 



JOHN PRESTON AMMON, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 

ALBERT TAYLOR ANDERS, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 

JOHN LAVELLE ANDERSON, Engr., Sigma Pi, Bassfield, Miss. 

THOMAS OVERTON ANDERSON, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Toccopola, Miss. 



MERRELL DAVIS ANDREWS, Bus., Chi Omega, Starkville, Miss. 
WADE HAMPTON ANDREWS, JR., Bus., Starkville, Miss. 
JOE C. APPLEWHITE, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Winona, Miss. 
RAY APPLEWHITE, Agri., Sigma Pi, Bassfield, Miss. 



JOHN DAVIS ARINDER, Bus., Theta Xi, Morton, Miss.. 
HORACE EVERETT ASFORD, Educ, Belzoni, Miss. 
JOHN HENRY ASHFORD, Educ, Water Valley, Miss. 
CHARLES BYRD ATCHER, Engr., Greenville, Miss. 



LAWRENCE G. ATKINS, Bus., Corinth, Miss. 

ROBERT EDGAR ATKINSON, Agri., Satartia, Miss. 

EMMETT RAY ATWOOD, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. 

CHARLES RAYMOND AUST, Agri., Clarksdale, Miss. 



RICHARD D. AVARA, Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Louisville, Miss. 
JAMES NEWTON AZLIN, Agri., Leland, Miss. 
WILLIAM F. BACKSTROM, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
RICHARD HENRY BACON, Educ, Canton, Miss. 



CARL DYER BAGGETT, Engr., New Albany, Miss. 
JAMES BRUCE BAINE, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Durant, Miss. 
JOHN BEE BAKER, Sci., Lambda Chi Alpha, Clarksdale, Miss. 
JOHN BUFORD BAKER, JR., Educ, Quitman, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



WILLIAM D. BAKER, Agri., Sweatman, Miss. 
WILLIAM DAVID BAKER, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 
JOE HENRY BARBER, JR., Bus., Harperville, Miss. 
JOHN SIDNEY BARBER, Engr., Harperville, Miss. 



ERCIL EUGENE BARLOW, Educ, Mendenhall, Miss. 
HARRY H. BARNES, Engr., Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 
CHARLES LAMAR BARNETT, Agri., Courtland, Miss. 
ROBERT WELDON BASKIN, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Vaiden, Miss. 



BETTY JO BASSETT, Educ., Verona, Miss. 
SAMUEL RUDOLPH BATES, Educ, Philadelphia, Miss. 
WILLIAM NEVILLE BATSON, Sei., Perkinston, Miss. 
GEORGE HENRY BEALL, Agri., Loxley, Ala. 



JERRY PRESLEY BEALL, Sci., Kappa Sigma, Starkville, Miss. 

HAL PHUFER BEARD, JR., Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, German- 
town, Tenn. 

PAUL OTTO BEARD, Agri., New Albany, Miss. 

HENRY JOE BEARDEN, Agri., Jayess, Miss. 



ELBERT EDWARD BEASLEY, Bus., Columbia, Miss. 
RAYMOND O. BECKWITH, Agri., Belzoni, Miss. 
BOB BEISEL, Sci., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 
RAYMOND BENNETT, Agri., Alpha Tau Omega, Procter, Ark 



REX RAMSEY BENSON, Bus., Meridian, Miss. 

JOHN RAYMOND BERRY, Bus., Birmingham, Ala. 

ROBERT N. BERRY, Bus., Philadelphia, Miss. 

JOHN L. BERRYMAN, JR., Agri., Kappa Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss. 



GEORGE H. BETHEA, Engr., Sigma Chi, Brookhaven, Miss. 

MARTIN C. BILLINGSLEY, JR., Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Winona, Miss. 

JAMES H. BLACK, Educ, Theta Xi, Lambert, Miss. 

ROBERT LEE BLACK, Educ, Ackerman, Miss. 



JOHN H. BLACKWELL, JR., Educ, Picayune, Miss. 
WILLIAM JOSEPH BLANCHARD, JR., Sci., Woodville, Miss. 
ALVIN E. BLAND, Bus., Pontotoc, Miss. 
JAMES A. BLEDSOE, Educ, Alpha Tau Omega, Port Arthur, Texas. 





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WARREN R. BLOMELEY, Engr., Birmingham, Ala. 

AUSTIN' P. BOGGAN, Science, Lambda Chi Alpha. Hickory, Miss. 

EMMETT M. BOLAND, Agri., Slate Springs, Miss. 

CECIL W. BONNER, Bus., Waynesboro, Miss. 



CHARLES S. BORUM, Science, Natchez, Miss. 
JAMES E. BOUCHER, Agri., Dyer, Term. 
CHARLES C. BOUTWELL, Bus., Laurel, Miss. 
DAVID KARR BOWEN, Agri., Sardis, Miss. 



CHARLES J. BOWMAN, JR., Bus., Canton, Miss. 

COY OLEN BOX, Agri., Summit, Miss. 

JAMES EMMETT BOX, Bus., Sigma Chi, Winona. Miss. 

THOMAS M. BOX, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Pace, Miss. 



NORMAN E. BOYETT, Bus., Theta Xi, Columbus, Miss. 
CARL STEPHENS BOZEMAN, Agri., Jayess, Miss. 
THOMAS M. BOZONE, JR.. Engr., Brookliaven, Miss. 
MARION S. BRANCH, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Winona, Miss. 



LUTHER T. BRANTLEY, Bus., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
CARROLL J. BREELAND, Educ, Biloxi, Miss. 
DAVID EARL BREWER, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Crystal Springs, Miss. 
JAMES C. BREWER, Agri., Langsdale, Miss. 



WILLIAM W. BRISTER, Agri., Water Valley, Miss. 
SEYMOUR V. BROCK, JR., Educ, Tylertown, Miss. 
RUFUS HOUSTON BROOME, Agri., Bay Springs, Miss. 
CLIFFORD MARSHALL BROWN, Agri., Glen, Miss. 



ELGIN JACKSON BROWN, Agri., Carrollton, Miss. 

GARLAND BROWN, Educ, Bogue Chitto, Miss. 

JAMES E. BROWN, Educ, Carthage, Miss. 

JOSEPH L. BROWN, JR., Sigma Chi, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 



MARION LIPSCOMB BROWN, JR., Science, Greenwood, Miss. 
NORMAN BROWN, Agri., Carriere, Miss. 
ESSIE PATE BROWN, JR., Agri., Cascilla, Miss. 
SAMMIE PAUL BROWN, Educ, Bay Springs, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



THOMAS A. BROWN, Agri., Smithville, Miss. 
ROBERT M. BROWNING, Engr., Robinsonville, Miss. 
MAXIE H. BRUCE, Educ, Ackerman, Miss. 
LUTHER FRYE BRYANT, Science, Hattiesburg, Miss. 



STERLING A. BRYANT, Educ, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
WILLIAM D. BUCHANAN, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
TRUETT SPURGEON BUFKIN, Educ, Decatur, Miss. 
HAROLD D. BURCH, Sci., Fulton, Miss. 



KENNETH P. BURCHFIELD, Educ, McCool, Miss. 
JOSEPH R. BURDETTE, Engr., Columbia, Miss. 
WILLIAM L. BURLE, Engr., Greenville, Miss. 
JOE F. BURRAGE, Bus., Shuqualak, Miss. 



WILLIAM F. BYARS, Engr., Calhoun City, Miss. 
CHARLES A. BYRD, Agri., Tylertown, Miss. 
VERLON BYRD, Agri., Howison, Miss. 
LEON F. CAMPBELL, Engr., Starkville, Miss. 



JACK M. CARMICHAEL, Educ, Carmichael, Miss. 
WILLIAM C. CARNATHAN, Engr., Porterville, Miss. 
JOHN H. CARR, Engr., Crystal Springs, Miss. 
THOMAS I. CARROLL, Educ, Fulton, Miss. 



BILLY JACK CARTER, Agri., Memphis, Tenn. 

JOHN A. CARTER, Engr., Yazoo City, Miss. 

JAMES R. CARTER, Sigma Chi, Agri., Rolling Fork, Miss. 

JOSEPH CARTER, JR., Delta Sigma Phi, Agri., Booneville, Miss. 



WILLIAM C. CARTER, Sigma Pi, Engr., Yazoo City, Miss. 
LISTON E. CARTLEDGE, Engr., Winona, Miss. 
R. LAVAUGHN CAVES, Educ, Laurel, Miss. 
ROBERT F. CHAMBLESS, Educ, Union, Miss. 



JIM H. CHAMPION, Educ, Charleston, Miss. 
JAMES D. CHANCELLOR, Educ, Moss, Miss. 
DAVID C. CHAPMAN, Engr., Oxford, Miss. 
ROBERT J. CHAPMAN, Educ, Arlington, Tenn. 



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WALTER W. CHAPMAN, JR., Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, 
Mississippi. 

CHARLES L. CHARBONNEAU, JR., Bus., Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi. 

NEAL J. CHATHAM, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Rose Hill, Miss. 

ERNEST M. CLARK, Agri., Poplarville, Miss. 



FREDERICK R. CLARK, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilou, Yazoo City, 
Mississippi. 

LAWRENCE E. CLARK, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 

MURRAY P. CLARK, Engr.. Pascagoula, Miss. 

BENJAMIN O. CLARKE, JR., Agri., Carrollton, Miss. 



CYRUS A. CLARKE, Engr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 
JAMES HASKELL CLAUNCH, Agri., Blue Springs, Miss. 
DORIS JOE CLAYTON, Sci., Kappa Alpha, Arkabutla, Miss. 
JAMES P. CLAYTON, JR., Engr., Kappa Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 



HOWARD G. CLOWER, Educ., Phi Kappa Tau, Liberty, Miss. 

ROBERT EARL COATS, Agri., Newton, Miss. 

LUCIOUS M. COBB, Bus., Savannah, Ga. 

ROLAND BARNETT COCHRAN, Bus., Holly Springs, Miss. 



JOSEPH W. COCKERHAN, Agri., Alpha Tau Omega, Leland, Miss. 
BERNARD H. COGGINS, Educ., Baldwyn, Miss. 
HAROLD L. COLEMAN, Agri., Phi Kappa Tau, Shuqualak, Miss. 
JESSE F. COLEMAN, Educ, Caledonia, Miss. 



JOE H. COLLIER, Engr., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
JIMMIE C. COLLINS, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Grenada, Miss. 
MALCOLM T. COLLINS, Bus., Memphis, Term. 
FRED N. COLMER, Bus., Kappa Sigma, State College, Miss. 



DOUGLAS H. COLSTON, Educ, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. 
DALE R. COMPTON, Educ, Haviland, Ohio. 
OLLIE DERUSH CONNER, JR., Bus., Sigma Chi, Tupelo, Miss. 
JAMES AUSTIN COOK, Agri., Canton, Miss. 



JOHN W. COOK, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 

MERRITT COOK, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 

WALTER B. COOPER, Engr., Clinton, Miss. 

WALTER E. COPE, JR., Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Canton, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



JAMES PAUL CORKREN, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
WILLIAM THOMAS CORNELIUS, AgrL, New Albany, Miss. 
JOHN H. COULOMBE, Engr., Bridgeport, Conn. 
LESLIE HUGHES COVINGTON, Agri., Marks, Miss. 



WILLIAM S. COWSERT, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, State College, 
Mississippi. 

AUBREY ALLEN COX, Agri., Phi Kappa Tau, Verona, Miss. 

CORNELIUS SIDNEY COX, Bus., Madison, Miss. 

JAMES H. CRAIG, Bus., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 



OMAR DELL CRAIG, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 

AGNES E. CREEKMORE, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 

JOHN T. CREWS, JR., Bus., Starkville, Miss. 

CHARLIE GOWER CROCKET, Agri., Baldwyn, Miss. 



WILLIAM TOLIVER CROSS, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 

JOE MeCLAIN CROW, Engr., Ruleville, Miss. 

VINCEENT V. CROWE, Theta Kappa Phi, Bus., Meridian, Miss. 

WINSTON KELLY CULLEN, Sei., Gulfport, Miss. 



JAMES FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM, Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 
AARON DEWAYNE DALLAS, Agri., Little Roek, Miss. 
FRED PAULDEE DALLAS, Bus., Little Rock, Miss. 
HARRY J. DANIELS, Engr., Foxworth, Miss. 



WILBUR LEE DANIEL, Engr., Forest, Miss. 
THOMAS HOWARD DANTZLER, Sci., Sunflower, Miss. 
WILLIAM S. DARSEY, Kappa Sigma, Bus., Fayette, Miss. 
GEORGE WARREN DAVIS, JR., Engr., Carriere, Miss. 



RALPH KENNETH DAVIS, Kappa Alpha, Sei., Meridian, Miss. 
WILBUR OTIS DAVIS, Agri., Raymond, Miss. 
THOMAS EARL DEAN, Ed., Bassfield, Miss. 
GERALD P. DEARING, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 



KENDALL C. DEMPSEY, Engr., Louisville, Miss. 
SALVADOR De NICOLA, Engr., Gulfport, Miss. 
WELLINGTON K. DENSON, JR., Bus., Bay Springs, Miss. 
JAMES EDMUND DETTMAN, Engr., Greenville, Miss. 



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WALTER W. CHAPMAN, JR., Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, 
Mississippi. 

CHARLES L. CHARBONNEAU, JR., Bus., Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi. 

NEAL J. CHATHAM, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Rose Hill, Miss. 

ERNEST M. CLARK, Agri., Poplarville, Miss. 



FREDERICK R. CLARK, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilou, Yazoo City, 
Mississippi. 

LAWRENCE E. CLARK, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 

MURRAY P. CLARK, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 

BENJAMIN O. CLARKE, JR., Agri., Carrollton, Miss. 



CYRUS A. CLARKE, Engr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 
JAMES HASKELL CLAUNCH, Agri., Blue Springs, Miss. 
DORIS JOE CLAYTON, Sci., Kappa Alpha, Arkabutla, Miss. 
JAMES P. CLAYTON, JR., Engr., Kappa Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 



HOWARD G. CLOWER, Educ., Phi Kappa Tau, Liberty, Miss. 

ROBERT EARL COATS, Agri., Newton, Miss. 

LUCIOUS M. COBB, Bus., Savannah, Ga. 

ROLAND BARNETT COCHRAN, Bus., Holly Springs, Miss. 



JOSEPH W. COCKERIIAN, Agri., Alpha Tau Omega, Leland, Miss. 
BERNARD H. COGGINS, Educ., Baldwyn, Miss. 
HAROLD L. COLEMAN, Agri., Phi Kappa Tau, Shuqualak, Miss. 
JESSE F. COLEMAN, Educ., Caledonia, Miss. 



JOE H. COLLIER, Engr., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
JIMMIE C. COLLINS, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Grenada, Miss. 
MALCOLM T. COLLINS, Bus., Memphis, Term. 
FRED N. COLMER, Bus., Kappa Sigma, State College, Miss. 



DOUGLAS H. COLSTON, Educ, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. 
DALE R. COMPTON, Educ, Haviland, Ohio. 
OLLIE DERUSH CONNER, JR., Bus., Sigma Chi, Tupelo, Miss. 
JAMES AUSTIN COOK, Agri., Canton, Miss. 



JOHN W. COOK, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 

MERRITT COOK, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 

WALTER B. COOPER, Engr., Clinton, Miss. 

WALTER E. COPE, JR., Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Canton, Miss. 



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JAMES PAUL CORKREN, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
WILLIAM THOMAS CORNELIUS, Agri., New Albany, Miss. 
JOHN H. COULOMBE, Engr., Bridgeport, Conn. 
LESLIE HUGHES COVINGTON, Agri., Marks, Miss. 



WILLIAM S. COWSERT, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, State College, 
Mississippi. 

AUBREY ALLEN COX, Agri., Phi Kappa Tau, Verona, Miss. 

CORNELIUS SIDNEY COX, Bus., Madison, Miss. 

JAMES H. CRAIG, Bus., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 



OMAR DELL CRAIG, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 

AGNES E. CREEKMORE, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 

JOHN T. CREWS, JR., Bus., Starkville, Miss. 

CHARLIE GOWER CROCKET, Agri., Baldwyn, Miss. 



WILLIAM TOLIVER CROSS, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 

JOE MeCLAIN CROW, Engr., Ruleville, Miss. 

VINCEENT V. CROWE, Theta Kappa Phi, Bus., Meridian, Miss. 

WINSTON KELLY CULLEN, Sci., Gulfport, Miss. 



JAMES FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM, Bus., Memphis, Term. 
AARON DEWAYNE DALLAS, Agri., Little Roek, Miss. 
FRED PAULDEE DALLAS, Bus., Little Rock, Miss. 
HARRY J. DANIELS, Engr., Foxworth, Miss. 



WILBUR LEE DANIEL, Engr., Forest, Miss. 
THOMAS HOWARD DANTZLER, Sci., Sunflower, Miss. 
WILLIAM S. DARSEY, Kappa Sigma, Bus., Fayette, Miss. 
GEORGE WARREN DAVIS, JR., Engr., Carriere, Miss. 



RALPH KENNETH DAVIS, Kappa Alpha, Sci., Meridian, Miss. 
WILBUR OTIS DAVIS, Agri., Raymond, Miss. 
THOMAS EARL DEAN, Ed., Bassfield, Miss. 
GERALD P. DEARING, Engr., Memphis, Term, 



KENDALL C. DEMPSEY, Engr., Louisville, Miss. 
SALVADOR De NICOLA, Engr., Gulfport, Miss. 
WELLINGTON K. DENSON, JR., Bus., Bay Springs, Miss. 
JAMES EDMUND DETTMAN, Engr., Greenville, Miss. 



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WILLIAM F. DICKARD, Bus., Theta Xi, Thornton, Miss. 
MARSHALL S. DICKERSON, Agri., Sallis, Miss. 
WILLIAM L. DICKERSON, Educ, Ripley, Miss. 
HOMER C. DICKINSON, Sci., Booneville, Miss. 



JEFFERSON D. DICKSON, Agri., Sigma Pi, Brandon, Miss. 
WILLIAM V. DIBBS, Buc, Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
HARRY B. DOOLITTLE, Agri., DeKalb, Miss. 
JOSEPH D. DORROH, Sci., Kappa Sigma, Malvina, Miss. 



RAYMOND DOWDLE, Agri., Stewart, Miss. 
JAMES L. DOWELE, Agri., West Point, Miss. 
CHARLES E. DRAPER, Engr., Greenville, Miss. 
MILTON E. DUKE, Bus., Baldwin, Miss. 



CLOTHEL C. DULANEY, Engr., Fulton, Miss. 

GEORGE H. DULIN, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenwood, Miss. 

DAVID L. DUNAWAY, Educ, Columbia, Miss. 

LEVI JACKSON DUNCAN, Agri., Yazoo City, Miss. 



JAMES WALDON DUNNAM, Agri., Leland, Miss. 

EDWARD G. DUNNNING, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Vicksburg, 
Mississippi. 

CLARENCE ROY DURHAM, Educ, Collins, Miss. 

ROBERT W. DYER, Bus., Gulfport, Miss. 



THOMAS J. DYESS, Agri., Rome, Miss. 

JESSIE R. EASTERLING, Engr., Magee, Miss. 

ROBERT L. ECHOLS, Engr., Theta Xi, Brookhaven, Miss. 

CALTON J. EDWARDS, JR., Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Moorhead, 
Mississippi. 



FRED F. EDWARDS, Bus., Cruger, Miss. 
GEORGE T. EDWARDS, Engr., Sigma Pi, Laurel, Miss. 
ROBERT F. EHRHARDT, Agri., Alpha Tau Omega, Vicksburg, Miss. 
JESSE MILTON EISWORTH, Bus., McComb, Miss. 



JOYCE M. ELDER, Bus., Chi Omega, Biloxi, Miss. 

ROBERT M. ELLARD, Educ, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pittsboro, Miss. 

WILLIAM P. ELLEDGE, Engr., Charleston, S. C. 

WILLIAM C. ELLINGTON, JR., Bus., Theta Xi, Greenville, Miss. 



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EDWIN S. ELLIS, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Lexington, Miss. 
DAVID O. ELLIS, Bus., Clinton, Miss. 
OPIE L. ELLIS, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Clinton, Miss. 
D. B. EMMONS, Bus., Lake, Miss. 



WILLIAM F. ENCKE, Sci., Starkville, Miss. 

ALLEN F. ESTES, JR., Agri., Alpha Tau Omega, Benoit, Miss. 

BUFORD O. ESTRIDGE, Bus., Leakesville, Miss. 

RAY D. ETHERIDGE, Engr., Charleston, Miss. 



JAMES A. EVANS, JR., Engr., Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
HOWARD B. EVERETT, Educ, Mendenhall, Miss. 
JAMES B. EVERETT, Bus., Decatur, Miss. 
HILDA JEAN EVERITT, Educ, Zeta Tau Alpha, Laurel, Miss. 



PAUL RAY FALVEY, Educ., Wesson, Miss. 
PAUL FELDER, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, McComb, Miss. 
HARRY M. FERGUSON, Bus., New Kensington, Pa. 
EDWARD L. FILGO, Agri., Shannon, Miss. 



ROBERT A. FILGO, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, Miss. 
THOMAS M. FLANAGAN, Engr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 
ALBERT L. FLEMING, JR., Agri., Richton, Miss. 
EDWARD D. FLEMING, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, Liberty, Miss. 



GASTON C. FLETCHER, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Ocean Springs, 
Mississippi. 

EDWIN A. FLINT, Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Batesville, Miss. 

JAMES R. FLINT, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 

MILLER T. FLOWERS, Agri., Ellisville, Miss. 



E. GILBERT FORESMAN, Bus., Greenville, Miss. 
JASPER E. FORTENBERRY, Bus., Summit, Miss. 
HUBERT C. FOSTER, JR., Bus., Theta Xi, Winona, Miss. 
ROY ODELLE FOWLER, Agri., Laurel, Miss. 



LEO E. FRANKEL, Agri., Greenville, Miss. 
WILLIE L. FRIDAY, Agri., Tremont, Miss. 
JOE BURNEY FRYAR, Engr., Ripley, Miss. 
CURTIS F. FUGITT, Educ, Booneville, Miss. 




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CURTIS R. FULTON, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
JASPER F. GALBREATH, Agri., Theta Xi, Lorman, Miss. 
GEORGE D GALLOWAY, Bus., McComb, Miss. 
DAVID K. GALTNEY, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Corinth, Miss. 



BRUCE F. GANNAWAY, Agri., Nesbitt, Miss. 

LUIS G. GARCIA, Engr., Hatillo, Puerto Rico. 

MAYNARD J. GARDNER, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Clarksdale, Miss. 

WALTER D. GARLAND, JR., Bus., Crystal Springs, Miss. 



MARION E. GARBETT, Sci., Jackson, Miss. 
JOHN E. GABRETSON, Agri., Laurel, Miss . 
NEWTON P. GAUTIER, Bus., Gautier, Miss. 
WILLIAM A. GEE, Agri., Darling, Miss. 



HUNTEB E. GEOBGE, Agri., DeKalb, Miss. 
BOBEBT P. GEOBGE, Engr., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
JIMMIE D. GIBSON, Agri., Mize, Miss. 
JOHN W. GIBSON, JR., Engr., Hub, Miss. 



PASCAL R. GILL, Agri., Biloxi, Miss. 

LARRY E. GODARD, Bus., Alpha Tan Omega, Columbia, Miss. 

JOHN N. GOFF, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 

LESTEB E. GOINGS, Bus., Van Wert, Ohio. 



BYBON B. GOLDEN, Engr., Taylorsville, Miss. 

DONG JUNG GONG, Engr., Duncan, Miss. 

ROBERT W. GONG, Engr., Duncan, Miss. 

ARTHUR L. GOODMAN, Engr., Sigma Alpha Mu, Starkville, Miss. 



CHARLES M. GOODSON, Engr., Collins, Miss. 
ROY S. GOODSON, Agri., Holcomb, Miss. 
WILLIAM D. GORDON, Educ, Bucatunna, Miss. 
CLARENCE M. GORDY, Agri., Forest, Miss. 



DALE E. GRADDY, Agri., Pontotoc, Miss. 

MERRILL B. GRADDY, Agri., Ecru, Miss. 

DEE M. GRAHAM, Agri., Dixon, Miss. 

MAXWELL O. GRAHAM, Engr., Theta Xi, Bruce, Miss. 



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CLINTON H. GRAVES, Sci., Ackerrnan, Miss. 
TOM GREEN, Bus., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 
WILLIAM A. GREEN, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
JAMES B. GRICE, Sci., Theta Xi, Picayune, Miss. 



CHARLES T. GRIFFITH, Agri., Gloster, Miss. 
DAVID N. GRIFFITH, Sci., Gloster, Miss. 
CHARLEY P. GRISSOM, Agri., Dorsey, Miss. 
DANIEL J. GRUCHY, Agri., Wesson, Miss. 



HAROLD N. GULLY, Edu., Neshoba, Miss. 
WALTER L. GUYTON, Engr., Cotton Plant, Miss. 
EVERETT P. HAILEY, Agri., Gholson, Miss. 
HOWARD M. HAILEY, Agri., Gholson, Miss. 



JOHN E. HALL, Bus., Cascilla, Miss. 

LAUTON HALL, Eduea., Golden, Miss. 

ROBERT A. HALLMAN, Bus., Sigma Chi, Marigold, Miss. 

DUELL L. HAMILL, Agri., Sturgis, Miss. 



JAMES F. HANCOCK, Eduea., Louisville, Miss. 
IVAN L. HAND, Eduea., Collinsville, Miss. 
ROBERT C. HANEY, Agri., Aberdeen, Miss. 
JAMES H. HANNA, Engr., Milan, Tenn. 



MARY ROSE HANNA, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
HANSON L. HARBOR, Eduea., Union, Miss. 
HAROLD T. HARDEE, Eduea., Pachuta, Miss. 
ALVIS B. HARDIN, Eduea., Glen, Miss. 



CHARLES C. HARDIN, Agri., Calhoun City, Miss. 
DAVID HARDIN, Eduea., Verdaman, Miss. 
THOMAS E. HARDY, Theta Xi, Bus., Neshoba, Miss. 
MILLER B. HARMON, Sci., Batesville, Miss. 



LOYD D. HARPER, Bus., Carthage, Miss. 

AUBIN G. HARRIS, Agri., Carriere, Miss. 

JOHN C. HARRIS, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 

RALPH N. HARRIS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 





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WINDLE C. HARRIS, Bus., Dennis, Miss. 

JOE B. HARTLEY, Educa., Vardaman, Miss. 

KENNETH M. HATTEN, Bus., Lyman, Miss. 

CARLES D. HAVENS, Alpha Tau Omega, Educa., Perkinston, Miss. 



JACK W. HAYDEN, Engr., Holcomb, Miss. 
JOHN C. HAZARD, Bus., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 
CHARLIE P. HEARN, Educa., Etta, Miss. 
SEIGFRIED K. HEBLON, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 



JOHN M. HEMPHILL, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 

JOHN R. HENRY, Agri., Heidelberg, Miss. 

HUNTER W. HENRY, Sci., Kappa Alpha, Canton, Miss. 

WILLIAM L. HENSON, Educa., Dumas, Miss. 



JOHN W. HERRING, Engr., Summitt, Miss. 

JACK E. HEWITT, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, Summitt, Miss. 

JAMES L. HICKMAN, Bus., Monticello, Miss. 

LO MOSS HICKS, Agri., Jackson, Miss. 



ROY G. HICKS, Engr, Leakesville, Miss. 
LAWRENCE H. HICKMAN, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 
PERCY W. HIGGS, Engr., Silver Creek, Miss. 
GEORGE W. HILL, Educa., Crystal Springs, Miss. 



JOHN W. HILL, Engr., New Albany, Miss. 

LEE E. HILL, Educa., Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

JAMES A. HINES, Bus., Theta Xi, Jackson, Miss. 

VERNON F. HINSON, Sci., Alpha Tau Omega, Canton, Miss. 



EDGAR R. HITCHINS, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
HARRY G. HIVELY, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Shelby, Miss. 
ROBERT C. HOBSON, Bus., Ripley, Miss. 
ROGER HODGE, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 



PERCY L. HODGES, Educa., McAdams, Miss. 
HERBERT L. HOGUE, Sci., Walnut Grove, Miss. 
WARREN D. HOGG, Eng., Oxford, Miss. 
TRUMAN HOLLEY, Agri., Golden, Miss. 



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SIDNEY G. HOLLEY, Engr., Potts Camp, Miss. 
CHARLES R. HOLLOMAN, Bus., Stonewall, Miss. 
MARY F. HOLLINGSWORTH, Educa., Belmont, Miss. 
HENRY F. HOLMAN, Engr., Sigma Chi, Carrollton, Miss. 



RICHARD M. HOLMES, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
RUDOLPH HOLTON, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 
MELVIN E. HONEYCUTT, Agri., Burnsville, Miss. 
AUBREY L. HOPPER, Agri., Lauderdale, Miss. 



ORION P. HORNE, Eng., Jackson, Miss. 
SAMMIE E. HORTON, Educa., Maud, Miss. 
EUGENE J. HOSEY, Agri., Sigma Chi, Marvell, Ark. 
WILLIAM J. HOUSTON, Agri., Charleston, Miss. 



ELIZABETH E. HOWARD, Educa., Zeta Tau Alpha, Natchez, Miss. 
ROY HOWELL, Eng., Philadelphia, Miss. 
WILLIAM J. HOWSE, JR., Bus., Poplarville, Miss. 
WILLIAM W. HUBBARD, Engr., Utica, Miss. 



JAMES D. HUDSON, Sci., Alpha Tau Omega, Columbus, Miss. 
HARRY C. HUEY, Agri., Pontotoc, Miss. 
YERBY L. HUGHES, Engr., Beaumont, Texas. 
ROBERT L. C. HUMPHREY, Eng., Memphis, Tenn. 



THAD P. HUMPHRIES, Educa., Louisville, Miss. 
VERNER G. HURT, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Yazoo City, Miss. 
PRENTISS B. IRVING, Educa., Ackerman, Miss. 
REESE T. ISHEE, Educa., Louin, Miss. 



EDWIN R. JACKSON, Sci., Sturgis, Miss. 
MARVIN L. JACKSON, Educa., Bassfield, Miss. 
RALPH D. JACKSON, Engr., Tremont, Miss. 
BILLIE L. JAMES, Sci., Montrose, Miss. 



ROBERT E. JAMES, Bus., Sigma Chi, Petal, Miss. 
WALTER L. JENKINS, Sci., Brookhaven, Miss. 
ELOISE JENNINGS, Educa., Kosciusko, Miss. 
JAMES N. JE.NNINGS, Educa., Lama, Miss. 





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JOHN D. JENNINGS, Bus., Kosciusko, Miss. 
DALLAS JOHNSON, Educa., Delta Sigma Phi, Maben, Miss. 
HARPER S. JOHNSON, JR., Sci., Kappa Sigma, State College, Miss. 
JOHN A. JOHNSON, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 



OLLIE H. JOHNSON, JR., Sci., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
PHILLIP M. JOHNSON, Engr., Portland, Oregon. 
THOMAS J. JOHNSTON, Agri., Greenville, Miss. 
RUPERT BERNARD JOHNSTON, Agri., Shannon, Miss. 



BILLY D. JONES, Agri., Sigma Chi, Hollandale, Miss. 
DANIEL E. JONES, Bus., Sigma Pi, Mize, Miss. 
DELMA ORDLEY JONES, Engr., Water Valley, Miss. 
EGBERT W. JONES, Kappa Alpha. Agri, Holly Springs, Miss. 



MAJOREE ELIZABETH JONES, Sci., Decatur, Miss. 

ROBERT EDWARD JONES, Agri., Watson, Ark. 

THOMAS F. JONES, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Bus., Pelahatchie, Miss. 

BRYCE DONNELL JORDAN, Agri., Moselle, Miss. 



JAMES LESLEY JORDAN, Educa., Blue Springs, Miss. 
CARMON C. KELLY, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sci., Clarksdale, Miss. 
GEORGE THOMAS KELLY, Bus., State College, Miss. 
SAMUEL DALE KELLY, Engr., Anding, Miss. 



W. T. KEMP, JR., Bus., Sigma Nu, Noxapater, Miss. 

JOSEPH EUGENE KENNA, Bus., Summit, Miss. 

MOODY DWIGHT KENNEDY, JR., Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Cleveland, Mississippi. 

BOLEYN E. KEY, Bus., DeKalb, Miss. 



PRENTISS FELTON KEYES, Theta Xi, Sci., Meridian, Miss. 
DAVID ALLAN KING, Bus., Philadelphia, Miss. 
FRANK H. KING, JR., Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Pocahontas, Miss. 
WILLIAM L. KIRBY, JR., Engr., Kappa Alpha, Macon, Miss. 



BOB BRITT KIRKLAND, Agri., Moselle, Miss. 
GEORGE ALBERT KIRKLAND, Sci., Quitman, Miss. 
CLIFFORD HOLMES KIZER, Educa., Booneville, Miss. 
FRANK EDWARD KLINE, JR., Engr., Los Angeles, Calif. 



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CLINTON HUDSON KNIPP, Engr., Ellisville, Miss. 

THOMAS G. KNOTT, Pi Kappa Alpha, Educa., New Albany, Miss. 

ROBERT BOONE KOCHTITZKY, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. 

ANDREW JACKSON LAMPKIN, JR., Sci., Alpha Tau Omega, 
Baldwvn, Miss. 



OTIS G. LANCASTER, Agri., Columbus, Miss. 

ROBERT M. LANCASTER, Engr., Sigma Pi, Greenville, Miss. 

SIDNEY LANIER LANE, Bus., Forest, Miss. 

JOHN C. LANGSTON, Alpha Tau Omega, Engr., Philip, Miss. 



ROBERT C. LATHAM, Educ., Eupora, Miss. 
GEORGE NEWTON LAWRENCE, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
HARRY LOUIS LAZENBY, Educ., Lumberton, Miss. 
WALTER L. LEATHERWOOD, Agri., Corinth, Miss. 



BENJAMIN CLINTON LEE, Agri., Terry, Miss. 
JOHN EDWIN LEE, Bus., Morton, Miss. 
ROBERT EMMETT LEE, Engr., Biloxi, Miss. 
ROSCOE HILLIS LEGG. Agri., Moss, Miss. 



GEORGE E. LEHR, Bus., Greenwood, Miss. 

DOZIER LESTER, JR., Sci., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Inverness, Miss. 

CECIL HAROLD LEWIS, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 

JAMES STRIBLIN LEWIS, Sci., West, Miss. 



LAUNICE ROBERT LEWIS, Engr., McCornb, Miss. 

JAMES R. LEVERETTE, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Senatobia, Miss. 

LOUIS ARNOLD LIGHTNER, Sci., Biloxi, Miss. 

ROBERT K. LIGON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 

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CHARLES M. LIMBAUGH, Bus., Hattiesburg, Miss. 

CHARLES OTTO LINDNER, Engr., Kreole, Miss. 

EDWARD G. LIPSEY, Sci., Lexington, Miss. 

CLAUDE ERWIN LLOYD, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, Gulfport, Miss. 



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WILLIAM CLIFTON LODEN, JR., Educ, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Prairie, Miss. 

JAMES HORACE LONG, Educ, Reform, Miss. 

JOSEPH ALVIN LONG, JR., Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Stark- 
ville, Miss. 

JULIAN REECE LONG, Educ, Golden, Miss. 




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CLARENCE E. LOONEY, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
EUGENE FOSTER LOVE, Agri., Vicksburg, Miss. 
WILLIAM BURL LOVETT, Educ, Shaw, Miss. 
TOM JACKSON LOVLESS, Agri., Carriere, Miss. 



ELDON RAMPY LOWE, Bus., Water Valley, Miss. 
ROBERT BYRL LOWERY, Agri., Trenton, Tenn. 
MARVIN LEE LUNCEFORD, Agri., Slate Springs, Miss. 
EARL WALKER LUNDY, Agri., Philadelphia, Miss. 



BILLY BARBER LYLE, Engr., Sigma Chi, Tupelo, Miss. 
DEXTER A. MAGERS, Sci., Baldwyn, Miss. 
IRVING EDISON MAGOON, Engr., Feeding Hills, Mass. 
HELENA C. MAGRUDER, Educ., Starkville, Miss. 



LEONARD FOCH MAJURE, Educ., Dixon, Miss. 

PAUL H. MALLETTE, Sci., Lucedale, Miss. 

EDGAR L. MALVANEY, Engr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

BILLY TOM MANNING, Engr., Hernando, Miss. 



JOHN MARION MARCHBANKS, Bus., Greenville, Miss. 
ROBERT G. MARCHETTI, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Hazelhurst, Miss. 
JAMES ARCHIE MARLER, Bus., Forest, Miss. 
ROBERT A. MARLER, Bus., Hazlehurst, Miss. 



WENDELL HOLMES MARLIN, Agr., Tampa, Fla. 
FERREL RUDOLPH MARTIN, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 
RICHARD LAVERNE MARTIN, Bus., Meridian, Miss. 
WILLIAM A. MARTIN, JR., Agri., Phi Kappa Tau, Vicksburg, Miss. 



WILLIAM W. MARTIN, Agri., Kappa Alpha, Macon, Miss. 

ANDREW K. MARTINOLICH, JR., Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, Bay St. 
Louis, Miss. 

SAMUEL RAYMOND MASHBURN, Agri., Grand Junction, Tenn. 

JAMES E. MASON, Engr., Cedar Bluff, Miss. 



RAY TILLMAN MASON, Engr., Vossburg, Miss. 
EDWARD ANTHONY MAUSER, Engr., Cleveland, Ohio. 
JAMES MILLER MAY, JR., Agri., Florence, Miss. 
JESSE OLEN MAY, Agri., Philadelphia, Miss. 



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LONNIE S. MEADERS, Educ, Newton, Miss. 

MARGARET J. MEADERS, Educ, Newton, Miss. 

WALTER NEAL MEEK, JR., Sci., Laurel, Miss. 

RAY S. MELTON, Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tchula, Miss. 



GEORGE RUSSELL MERCIER, Rus., Kappa Sigma, Corinth, Miss. 
WALTER L. MEREDITH, Agri., Ratesville, Miss. 
JAMES E. METTS, Agri., Louisville, Miss. 
WALLACE OTTO MILES, Educ, Wiggins, Miss. 



HERRERT G. MILLER, JR., Engr., Fayette, Miss. 
JACK W. MILLER, Rus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, McComb, Miss. 
JAMES ANTHONY MILLER, Rus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
PERCY HUGH MILLER, Pi Kappa Alpha, Engr., Yazoo City, Miss. 



RORERT H. MILLER, Agri., Wesson, Miss. 

RENNIE E. MILLICAN, Agri., Lambda Chi Alpha, Shelby, Miss. 

WAYMON MINYARD, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 

HA WARD L. MISKELLY, Educ, Alpha Tau Omega, Falkner, Miss. 



EARL RRUCE MITCHELL, Agri., Louisville, Miss. 

CARL DOUGLAS MIZELL, Agri., Lucedale, Miss. 

WILKINS H. MONTGOMERY, Agri., Kappa Alpha, Edwards, Miss. 

WILLIAM M. MONTGOMERY, Sci., Jackson, Miss. 



CHARLES WARREN MOODY, Sci., Kappa Sigma, Poplarville, Miss. 
HAROLD KENNETH MOODY, Educ, Meridian, Miss. 
ELRERT LEE MOORE, Agri., Calhoun City, Miss. 
GERALD THOMAS MOORE, Rus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Crosby, Miss. 



NORMAN LEAVELL MOORE, Educ, Philadelphia, Miss. 
ROGER POWERS MOORE, Rus., Sigma Chi, Plantersville, Miss. 
WILLIAM CURTIS MORGAN, Engr., Raldwyn, Miss. 
ERNEST LEE MORRIS, Engr., Gulfport, Miss. 



JO ANN MORRIS, Educ, Phi Mu, Jackson, Miss. 

RORERT SCHUYLER MORRIS, Agri., Columbia, Miss. 

EMORY GENE MORRISON, Agri., Utica, Miss. 

HUGH McDONALD MORSE, Rus., Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. 



EDGAR GENE MORTON, Agri., Collierville, Tenn. 
NICHOLAS M. MOSGOVOY, Engr., Atlanta, Ga. 
JOSEPH THOMAS MOSLEY, Rus., Kappa Sigma, Starkville, Miss. 
BILLY BONAR MOSS, Educ, Lena, Miss. 





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BYRON MADDOX MOSS, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Batesville, Miss. 
HUSHEL LAMAR MOSS, Agri., Raleigh, Miss. 
LESTER ARTHUR MOSS, Engr., Paden, Miss. 
JOHN S. MULLEN, Educ, Roanoke, Va. 



CARL ANTONE MULLER, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Canton, Miss. 
SAMUEL EDWARD MULLINS, Educ, Bradford, Tenn. 
CLYDE CLIFTON MURRAY, JR., Sci., Purvis. Miss. 
EDWIN KELLY MYRICK, JR., Agri., Sigma Chi., Greenwood, Miss. 



JAMES BEVERT McBAY, Educ, Bay Springs, Miss. 
LIONEL GORDON McBETH, Educ, Lena, Miss. 
JAMES HOWARD McCARTNEY, Agri., Gulfport, Miss. 

OWEN SIM MeCOY, JR., Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenville, 

Mississippi. 



MILES DALE McCALEB, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Cleveland, Miss. 

WILEY ROY MeCOY, JR., Bus., DeKalb, Miss. 

JOHN W. McCREIGHT, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 

ROBERT N. MCCARTHY, Bus., Alpha Tan Omega, Baldwyn, Miss. 



ROBERT SELDEN MeCORMICK, JR., Engr., Aberdeen, Miss. 
CECIL DERWOOD MeCULLOUGH, Educ, Houlka, Miss. 

HERMAN D. McDONALD, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Baldwyn, 

Mississippi. 

JAMES O. McDONALD, JR., Bus., Tylertown, Miss. 



LEROY Q. McDONALD, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tupelo, Miss. 
WILLIAM EMMETT McDONALD, Sci., Gulfport, Miss. 
BOWDRE McDOWELL, Bus., Liberty, Miss. 
ROBERT LEE McELROY, Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Baldwyn, Miss. 



JAMES BRYCE McFARLING, Agri., Shannon, Miss. 
CECIL CLYDE McGEE, JR., Ocean Springs, Miss. 
JAMES LEE McGINNIS, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 
JAMES R. McKELL, Engr., Starkville, Miss. 



HOWARD WESLEY McKEITHEN, Bus., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
KATHRYN L. McKEITHEN, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

WILLIAM G. McKEITHEN, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson, 

Mississippi. 

THOMAS F. McKINION, Educ, Union, Miss. 



ROBERT M. McLEOD, Sci., Wiggins, Miss. 
WILLIAM T. McLEMORE, Educ, West Point, Miss. 
GREER R. McMILLAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Rosedale, Miss. 
HAROLD GLENN McMULLEN, Engr., Maben, Miss. 



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JAMES H. McMURPHY, Agri., Forest, Miss. 
CARL E. McNAIR, Educ., Neshoba, Miss. 
JOHN W. McNEAL, JR., Bus., Quitman, Miss. 
GEORGE C. McNEILL, Engr., Quitman, Miss. 



JOHN L. McVEY, Agri., Cedar Bluff, Miss. 

CHESTER G. McWHORTER, Agri., Decatur, Miss. 

JOHN D. McWILLIAMS, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Blackwater, Miss. 

EARL E. NAIL, Educ, Kilmichael, Miss. 



JAMES E. NAIL, Agri., Kilmichael, Miss. 
JAMES T. NAPIER, Educ, Moselle, Miss. 
HUEL L. NEAL, Educ, Coldwater, Miss. 
ARTHUR F. NECAISE, Agri., Kiln, Miss. 



JOHN ALLEN NEELEY, Agri., Booneville, Miss. 

JULIUS T. NEELY, Bus., Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

GEORGE LAMBERT NEILL, Engr., Woodville, Miss. 

WILLIAM PIPPIN NEWMAN, Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Leland, 
Mississippi. 



LUCIAN BLAND NOBLE, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Fayette, Miss. 
WILLIAM B. NOBLE, Agri., Alpha Tau Omega, Canton, Miss. 
DUANE NOEL, Agri., Hillsboro, Miss. 
WINCE WALKER NORDAN, Agri., Auburn, Miss. 



WILLIAM DAVID NORMAN, Bus., Corinth, Miss. 
ALLAN ALMOTH NORTON, Agri., Ripley, Miss. 
ALVIN EUGENE NOWELL, Agri., Ethel, Miss. 
HELEN RAE NUNNERY, Bus., Chi Omega, Liberty, Miss. 



MURL MIZELL O'BANNON, Educ, Maben, Miss. 

CLIFFORD F. OCONNER, Bus., Gulfport, Miss. 

WILLIAM FELIX ODUM, Educ, Starkville, Miss. 

HAZEL RUTH OGLETREE, Educ, Zeta Tau Alpha, Shelby, Miss. 



LOREN ELI O'NEAL, Educ, Saucier, Miss. 

JAMES ROBERT ORR, Agri., Corinth, Miss. 

CLAYTON DUNCAN OTT, Bus., Caledonia, Miss. 

HAROLD CLAUDE OVERTON, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Gulf- 
port, Miss. 



JOHN ALLEN OZBIRN, Agri., Rienzi, Miss. 

JAMES ALONZO PALMER, Educ, Moselle, Miss. 

JACK ANDREW PAGE, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 

JOHN CURTIS PAGE, JR., Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Starkville, 
Mississippi. 














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DOUGLAS J. PARSONS, Bus., Sigma Chi, Columbus, Miss. 
WILLIE FRANK PARSONS, Sci., Corinth, Miss. 
EUGENE A. PATOUT, Bus., New Iberia, La. 
ROY C. PATTON, Agri., Water Valley, Miss. 



CLAUDE PAYNE, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Newton, Miss. 
CHARLES T. PEAL, Education, Dyersburg, Tenn. 
LAMAR PEARSON, Business, Purvis, Miss. 
RALPH E. PEARSON, Engineering, New Albany, Miss. 



HERBERT GARNETT PEASTED, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
AUBREY McKEE PENTON, Agri., Carriere, Miss. 
GRAYDON P. PEPPER, Educa., Vaughan, Miss. 
COEN E. PERROTT, Agri., Summit, Miss. 



ALEX S. PERRY, JR., Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Hollywood, Miss. 
MARY JANE PERRY, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Grenada, Miss. 
JAMES R. PETERS, Engr., Mashulaville, Miss. 
ANTHONY J. PIAZZA, Engr., Theta Kappa Phi, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 



ROBERT C. PIERCE, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 
ROBERT O. PIERCE, Agri., Caruthersville, Mo. 
WILLIAM H. PIGFORD, Educa., Toomsuba, Miss. 
ALVIS C. PILGREEN, Agri., Calhoun City, Miss. 



CHARLENE W. PILGRIM, Educa., Kosciusko, Miss. 
CLARK S. PILGRIM, Agri., Ellisville, Miss. 
JAMES N. PITTMAN, Educa., Boyle, Miss. 
WILLIAM C. PITTMAN, Engr., Pontotoc, Miss. 



WILLIAM M. PITTS, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, Miss. 
PHILIP G. PLANCHARD, Educa., Ruth, Miss. 
RENFORD E. POGUE, Agri., Maben, Miss. 
EARL T. POOLE, Agri., Poplarville, Miss. 



ROBERT L. POWELL, Engr., Theta Xi, Meridian, Miss. 
JAMES ROBERT PRATT. Engr., Pope, Miss. 

SAMUEL D. PRENTICE, Engr., Kappa Sigma, New Albany, Miss. 
WILLIAM W. PREWITT, Bus., Starkville, Miss . 



EDWIN W. PRINZ, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Grenada, Miss. 

GEORGE V. PUGH, Bus., Magee, Miss. 

ELTON T. PUTNAM, Agri., Harperville, Miss. 

JAMES D. PUTNAM, Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Harperville, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



TAYLOR MATTHEWS QUINN, Sci., Okolono, Miss. 
DERO SAUNDERS RAMSEY, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Starkville, Miss. 
MARLIN D. RANDLE, Agri., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 
ANDREW MONROE RATLIFF, Agri., Lucien, Miss. 



MARVIN L. RATLIFF, JR., Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Philadelphia, 
Mississippi. 

CALVIN SHARP RAY, Educ, Mathiston, Miss. 

CONDER P. RAY, Educ, Hackleburg, Ala. 

WILLIAM BROWN RAY, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 



JOHN R. RAYBURN, Engr., Ellisville, Miss. 
CHARLES READ, JR., Agri., Brownsville, Tenn. 
DURWARD READ, Engr., Bay Springs, Miss. 
JOHN RAY REAGAN, Sci., Sigma Pi, Tylertown, Miss. 



ALFRED SIMPSON REED, JR., Agri., Water Valley, Miss. 
HONORE MONROE RENFROE, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, Canton, Miss. 
PAUL RENFROE, Educ., Lena, Miss. 
JOHN REVELL, Engr., Houston, Miss. 



R. J. REYNOLDS, Agri., Harperville, Miss. 
CHARLES EDWIN RHODES, Engr., Pelahatchie, Miss. 
THOMAS EARL RICE, Bus., Oakland, Miss. 
DOROTHY PEARSON RIEVES, Educ, Aberdeen, Miss. 



CHARLES SAMUEL RIGGAN, Agri., Lake Cormorant, Miss. 
LAWRENCE MORGAN ROBERTS, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 
ROY LAMAR ROBERTS, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 
JOHN MARSHALL ROBERTSON, Engr., Vardaman, Miss. 



ORVILLE GLYNN ROBERTSON, Agri., Blue Springs, Miss. 
FREDDIE LEE ROBINSON, Bus., Quitman, Miss. 
GEORGE DURWOOD ROBINSON, Bus., Brandon, Miss. 
HOWARD CHAPELL ROBINSON, Educ, Brandon, Miss. 



JOE YOUNG ROBINSON, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Corinth, Miss. 

GEORGE E. ROLRIGUEZ, Engr., Theta Kappa Phi, Pascagoula, 
Mississippi. 

FRED DOUGLAS ROGERS, Educ, Phi Kappa Tau, Nettleton, Miss. 

LLOYD GEORGE RONE, Agri., Ethel, Miss. 



WILLIAM LLOYD RONE, Educ, Ethel, Miss. 

JOHN WILTON ROWE, Bus., Byhalia, Miss. 

THOMAS STEPHENSON ROWLAND, Bus., Sigma Chi, Flora, Miss. 

BURLSON GWENETTO RUFFIN, Agri., Laurel, Miss. 





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WILLIAM G. RUNYON, JR., Bus., Jackson. Miss. 

EDWARD N. RUSSELL, Bus., Carthage, Miss. 

GROVER M. RUSSELL, Engr., Brooksville, Miss. 

ROBERT A. RUSSELL, Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Carpenter, Miss. 



WILLIAM K. RUSSELL, Engr., Union, Miss. 

JOHN M. SANDERS, Agri., Harperville, Miss. 

PAUL H. SANDERS, JR., Bus., State College, Miss. 

JAMES N. SAPPINGTON, Eduea., Delta Sigma Phi, Ecru, Miss. 



JEWELL P. SARTAIN, Erluca., Lambda Chi Alpha, Nesbitt, Miss. 
RAY M. SARTOR, Agri., Hamilton, Miss. 

ELIZABETH M. SAVAGE, Sri., Zeta Tau Alpha. State College, Miss. 
WILLIAM M. SAVACE, Bus., Webb, Miss. 



WILLIAM M. SAVELLE, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
GEORGE T. SAXON, Bus., Philadelphia, Miss. 
FBANK C. SCARBOROUGH, Bus., Sigma Pi, Gulfport, Miss. 
GEORGE SCHIDLOWSKY, Sci., Starkville, Miss. 



HAROLD L. SCHNEIDER, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jackson, 

Mississippi. 

ARTHUR D. SEALE, JR., Agri., Roxie, Miss. 
THOMAS W. SELBY, JR., Eduea., Phoenix, Miss. 
THOMAS E. SELF, Bus., Birmingham, Ala. 



FRANK SERIO, Bus., Theta Kappa Phi, Natchez, Miss. 
HENRY O. SESSUMS, JR., Engr., Theta Xi, Tutwiler, Miss. 
JAMES I. SESSUMS, Agri., Lena, Miss. 
ROBERT R. SEWELL, Agri., Pontotoc, Miss. 



MARCUS F. SHANTEAU, Engr., Theta Xi, Ocean Springs, Miss. 
DONALD R. SHARP, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Louisville, Miss. 
ERNEST L. SHARP, Eduea., Porterville, Miss. 
HENRY F. SHEPHERD, Agri., Gholson, Miss. 



VOL BENJAMIN SHEPHERD, Eduea., Neshoba, Miss. 
TOM W. SIIERROD, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
WALTER H. SHIRLEY, Agri., Louin, Miss. 
RICHARD A. SIKES, Sci., Hattiesburg, Miss. 



BILLIE F. SIMMONS, Eduea., Louin, Miss. 
PAUL N. SIMMONS, Agri., Hillsboro, Miss. 
O. P. SIMMONS, Eduea., Louin, Miss. 
WOOTEN D. SIMPSON, Eduea., Tomnolen, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



WILLIAM C. SIMS, Agri., Louin, Miss. 

ROY C. SINCLAIR, Engr., Stonewall, Miss. 

EDWARD B. SINGLETARY, JR., Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Meri- 
dian, Miss. 

H. B. SINQUEFIELD, JR., Sci., Sigma Pi, Laurel, Miss. 



WILLIAM P. SISSELL, Agri., Water Valley, Miss. 
ESTILL L. SISTRUNK, Agri., Walnut Grove, Miss. 
GEORGE SLAUGHTER, JR., Educa., Louisville, Miss. 
ROBERT T. SLOAN, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Abbeville, Miss. 



BRANT M. SMITH, Education, Lucien, Miss. 
CLIFTEN D. SMITH, Science, Hazlehurst, Miss. 
CLYDE SMITH, Educa., Richton, Miss. 
DAVID L. SMITH, Educa., Bogue Chitto, Miss. 



EMMETTE M. SMITH, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Russum, Miss. 
ERNEST M. SMITH, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 
JOHN H. SMITH, Education, Philadelphia, Miss. 
JOHN T. SMITH, Bus., Sigma Pi, Jackson, Miss. 



RAYBURN E. SMITH, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Lucedale, Miss. 
SAM ELLARD SMITH, Engr., Pittsboro, Miss. 
TRUETT H. SMITH, Educa., McComb, Miss. 
ROBERT LEE SNEED, Engr., Spartanburg, S. C. 



JOHN O. SOUTHWARD, JR., Educ, Tishomingo, Miss. 
HUBERT M. SOWELL, Engr., Leakesville, Miss. 
ROBERT H. SPANGLER, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 
ROBERT H. SPARKMAN, Agri., Cooksville, Miss. 



THOMAS W. SPARKS, Agri., Corinth, Miss. 
WILLIAM F. SPARKS, Bus., Tupelo, Miss. 
EUGENE SPEARMAN, Engr., Coffeeville, Miss. 
WAYNE F. SPELL, Engr., Georgetown, Miss. 





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JOHN A. SPEIGHTS, Agri., Sardis, Miss. 
JAMES H. SPENCE, Sci., Pass Christian, Miss. 
ELLIS L. SPENCER, Engr., Fulton, Miss. 
JAMES E. SPRINGER, Engr., Okolona, Miss. 








RANDLE ABRAHAM STACY, Educa., New Site, Miss. 
LEONIDAS STANDIFER, JR., Sci., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
RICHARD J. STANLEY, Agri., Kappa Sig., State College, Miss. 
JOHN H. STANTON, Engr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 






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HENRY W. STARLING, Bus., Greenville, Miss. 
MILTON C. STENNETT, Agri., Theta Xi, Moss, Miss. 
WILLIAM M. STEPHENS, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Senatobia, Miss. 
WILLIAM P. STEVENSON, Engr., Raymond, Miss. 



GEORGE D. STEWART, Sci., Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss. 
RAYMOND O. STINSON, Engr., Milan, Tenn. 
BENTON C. STRAIN, Bus., Greenwood, Miss. 
HAROLD T. STRAIN, Engr., Starkville, Miss. 



GEORGE N. STRIBLING, Sci., Delta Sigma Phi, Union, Miss. 
ALONZO E. STRICKLAND, Educa., Glen, Miss. 
PERCIE B. STRICKLEN, Educa., Booneville, Miss. 
DENNIS E. STRINGER, Agri., Laurel, Miss. 



SHELBY M. STRINGER, Agri., Bassfield, Miss. 
HAROLD M. STRINGFELLOW, Educa., Lueedale, Miss. 
CHARLES P. STROBLE, JR., Agri., Meridian, Miss. 
BUFORD D. STROUD, Engr., Taylorsville, Miss. 



LAMAR L. STOKES, JR., Agri., Meadville, Miss. 

TROY W. STORM, Agri., Brookhaven, Miss. 

CARL W. STUART, Educa., Randolph, Miss. 

PATTERSON W. SUDDUTH, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 



HUBERT D. SUGGS, Agri., Summerland, Miss. 

MARY L. SULLIVAN, Sci., Laurel, Miss. 

WILLIAM FELIX SUTTLE, Agri., Mashulaville, Miss. 

FRANK S. SWALM, Educa., Theta Xi, Brookhaven, Miss. 



LAWRENCE E. SWITZER, Agri., Inverness, Miss. 

CHARLIE J. TALBERT, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 

JAMES L. TALBERT, Agri., Louisville, Miss. 

WILLIAM G. TALBERT, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Jackson, Miss. 



ROGER D. TATE, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 

CLARENCE TAYLOR, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Como, Miss. 

CLINTON J. TALYOR, Agri., Calhoun City, Miss. 

ROBERT A. TAYLOR, JR., Sci., Hattiesburg, Miss. 



HARRY II. TEASLEY, JR., Bus., Starkville, Miss. 
CHARLES H. TEMPLETON, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 
CHARLES LELON TERRELL, Agri., Prentiss, Miss. 
KENNETH E. THAMES, Bus., Brookhaven, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



EARL R. THOMAS, Educa., Pheba, Miss. 

JOSEPH B. THOMAS, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 

WALTER G. THOMAS, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 

WILLIAM C. THOMAS, Bus., Phi Kappa Tau, Starkville, Miss. 



HENRY M. THOMASON, Agri., Sigma Chi., Marvell, Ark. 
ALLEN R. THOMPSON, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Helena, Ark. 
HILTON E. THOMPSON, Agri., Sylvarena, Miss. 
JOE BURKETT THOMPSON, Agri., Bassfield, Miss. 



ROY L. THOMPSON, Bus., Phi Kappa Tau, McComb, Miss. 
DWIGHT THORNHILL, Agri., Sandy Hook, Miss. 
CHARLES B. TISDALE, Agri., Isola, Miss. 
GEORGE W. TISDALE, JR., Educa., Moselle, Miss. 



W. T. TRAMEL, Education, Sylvarena, Miss. 
MALCOLM H. TRAVIS, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Magnolia, Miss. 
EDWARD L. TRAWEEK, Agri., Pi Kappa Alpha, Columbus, Miss. 
GENE A. TRIGGS, Education, Hattiesburg, Miss. 



JACK H. TROUTT, Agri., Charleston, Miss. 

JOHN W. TRUITT, Education, Laurel, Miss. 

OBIE L. TURNER, Agri., Louisville, Miss. 

PHILIP D. TURNER, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tunica, Miss. 



WILLIAM J. TURNEY, Science, Lyon, Miss. 
COOPER J. TWADDLE, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 
LANNIS L. TYNES, Engr., Liberty, Miss. 
PAUL H. UPTON, Engr., Walnut Grove, Miss. 



GLENN E. VAIL, Engr., Kappa Alpha, Brookhaven, Miss. 
JAMES W. VANCE, Bus., Vardaman, Miss. 
MULDRE W. VARNER, Education, Louisville, Miss. 
GENE LOUIS VAUGHN, Agri., Collins, Miss. 



WILBURN H. WADDELL, Educa., Neshoba, Miss. 

LAKE W. WALDROP, Educa., Randolph, Miss. 

JAMES W. WALL, Educa., Columbus, Miss. 

CLINTON E. WALLACE, Sci., Sigma Chi, Yazoo City, Miss. 



ROBERT P. WALLER, Educa., Meridian, Miss. 
ROY WALLER, Educa., Shubuta, Miss. 
GRADY E. WALLEY, Agri., Richton, Miss. 
HAZEL B. WALTERS, Educa., Caledonia, Miss. 








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HOWARD D. WALKER, Bus., Magee, Miss. 
JOHN R. WALKER, Sci., Sigma Nil, Abilene, Texas. 
MEREDITH M. WALKER, Engr., Horn Lake, Miss. 
URSIN S. WALKER, Educa., Tylertown, Miss. 



WILLIAM A. WALKER, Agri., Magee, Miss. 

MYRLE C. WALTERS, Bus., Aberdeen, Miss. 

HENRY L. WARNACK, Engr., Kappa Sigma, McComb, Miss. 

PAUL E. WARNER, Education, Big Creek, Miss. 



ALCUS LEO WARREN, Agri., Columbia, Miss. 
JAMES G. WATKINS, Science, Meridian, Miss. 
WILLIAM F. WATROUS, Bus., Long Beach, Miss. 
OLLIS D. WEATHERFORD, Educa., Red Bay, Ala. 



JAMES FREEMAN WEBB, Educa., Florence, Miss. 
JOE H. WEBB, Science, Quitman, Miss. 
JOHN WAYNE WEBB, Science, Sumrall, Miss. 
TOMMYE L. WEBB, Educa., Selmer, Tenn. 



WILLIAM W. WEBB, Educa., Cottage Grove, Tenn. 
HERMAN LEE WELBORN, Agri., Laurel, Miss. 
ROBERT A. WELBORN, Bus., Sigma Pi, Laurel, Miss. 
WILLIAM WHITE WELCH, Engr., Iuka, Miss. 



JAMES C. WELLS, Agri., Big Creek, Miss. 

BERNARD L. WESTBROOK, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, McComb, Miss. 
BONNIE EARL WESTBROOK, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 
EDWARD NOTT WHEELER, Agri., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Cleve- 
land, Miss. 



ROBERT J. WHEELER, Engr., Goodman, Miss. 
JAMES V. WHITAKER, JR., Engr., Satartis, Miss. 
JOHN E. WHITAKER, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss. 
DARYLE E. WHITFIELD, Agri., Picayune, Miss. 



BARNS O. WHITT, Educa., Starkville, Miss. 

JOHN B. WICKER, Science, Pulaski, Miss. 

MARVIN E. WIGGINS, JR., Sci., Pi Kappa Alpha, Parchman, Miss. 

ERWIN C. WILBORNE, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 



OR CLASS 



JACK RILEY WILLIAMS, Sci., Phi Kappa Tau, Shannon, Miss. 
JONNIE FLOYD WILLIAMS, JR., Bus., Moorhead, Miss. 
LOUIS DeLYNN WILLIAMS, Educ, Memphis, Tenn. 
NORMAN L. WILLIAMS, Bus., Kosciusko, Miss. 



EDWARD S. WILLIS, Engr., Noxapater, Miss. 
ROBERT C. WILLIS, Engr., Big Creek, Miss. 
HUGH WELLS WILSON, JR., Engr., Jackson, Tenn. 
JOE HOOD WILSON, Bus., Bellefontaine, Miss. 



ROBERT BERKLEY WILSON, Sci., Theta Kappa Phi, Vicksburg, 
Mississippi. 

JOHN H. WINDHAM, Bus., Ellisville, Miss. 

GEORGE WARD WINGO, Engr., Tylertown, Miss. 

EDWIN HAROLD WINSTEAD, Agri., Educ, Carson, Miss. 



JAMES VELBERT WISE, Sci., Biloxi, Miss. 
STANCIL OLEN WISE, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Natchez, Miss. 
WILLIAM DEAN WOLEBEN, Engr., Gulf port, Miss. 
JAMES ATKINSON WOODS, Engr., Graysport, Miss. 



JOHN THOMAS WOODSON, Bus., Sturgis, Miss. 

OTIS BURTON WOOLEY, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Marks, Miss. 

GLENN ALVIN WORTHINGTON, Agri., Jackson, Miss. 

THOMAS WILLIFORD WORTHINGTON, Engr., Sigma Chi, 
Cleveland, Miss. 



GLENN H. WOTEN, JR., Bus., Van Wert, Ohio. 
FRED PAUL WREN, Educ, Potts Camp, Miss. 
JACK R. WRIGHT, Bus., Sigma Pi, Laurel, Miss. 
JESSE FRANKLIN WRIGHT, Sci., Hattiesburg, Miss. 



JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, JR., Sci., Lucedale, Miss. 

ROBERT L. YEAGER, Educ, Boyle, Miss. 

GEORGE WILSON YEATES, Agri., Moorehead, Miss. 

HANSELL NORWOOD YORK, JR., Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Jackson, Miss. 



BYRON RAY YOUNG, Educ, Savanna, 111. 

CHARLES YOUNG, Agri., Educ, Amory, Miss. 

L. G. YOUNG, Educ, Jayess, Miss. 

CHARLES G. YOUNGBLOOD, JR., Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Glera 
Allen, Miss. 

FRANK M. YOUNGBLOOD, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Glen Allen,. 
Mississippi. 




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WILLIAM EDGAR AARON, JR., Bus., Lyon, Miss. 
JAMES FRED ABEL, JR., Agr., Belzoni, Miss. 
ALBERT KALIL ABIDE, JR., Bus., Greenwood, Miss. 
GERALD LEE ADAMS, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss. 



JOE ROY ADAMS, Ed., Adamsville, Ala. 

JOHN WILLIAM ADAMS, Bus., Macon, Miss. 

MONA ANN ADAMS, Science, Chi Omega, Greenwood, Miss. 

WILLIAM LANIER ADAMS, Agr., Macon, Miss. 



YANCEY LEA ADAMS, Ed., Chi Omega, Greenwood, Miss. 
JOSEPH CARSWELL ALLEN, Bus., Amory, Miss. 
KENNETH PERCY ALLEN, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 
MAXWELL CARLISLE ALLEN, Science, LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 



PAUL BURTON ALLEN, Engr., Brooksville, Miss. 
WILLIAM WADE ALLEN, Bus., Amory, Miss. 
CHARLES WALTER ALLISTON, Agr., Jackson, Miss. 
EARL ANDREW ANDERSON, Agr., Okolona, Miss. 



JAMES EDWARD ANDERSON, Ed., Gulfport, Miss. 
WILLIAM FREDERICK APPLETON, Engr., Sardis, Miss. 
LAUGHLIN C. ARMSTRONG, Engr., Theta Xi, Pascagoula, Miss. 
OSCAR FRANKLIN ARMSTRONG, Agr., Gunnison, Miss. 



VERNON R. ASHLEY, Agr., Mendenhall, Miss. 
ERNIE P. AUNE, Agr., Water Valley, Miss. 
BETTE STRINGFELLOW AVARA, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 
CECIL DEWITT BAILEY, Engr., Starkville. Miss. 



CHARLES EDWARD BAILEY, Engr., Vardaman, Miss. 
DANIEL EDWARD BALIUS, Science, Biloxi, Miss. 
ROBERT LEE BALL, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 
LEE EDWARD BALLARD, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 



PAUL E. BARIA, Science, Phi Kappa Tau, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
RAYMOND LAMAR BARKER, Engr., Marks, Miss. 
COSETTE GROSS BARR, Science, Carthage, Miss. 
DAVID WILLIAM BARTON, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 



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MARY SPEAR BARTON, Bus., Beta Sigma Omicron, Corinth, Miss. 
ROBERT T. BARTON, JR., Agr., Calhoun City, Miss. 
ROY LEO BARTON, Bus., Pittsboro, Miss. 
CHARLES LAMAR BASSETT, Bus., Forest, Miss. 



CHARLES L. BATES, Bus., Liberty, Miss. 

CHARLES WARE BEASLEY, Bus., Sigma Chi, Calhoun City, Miss. 

HORACE WAYNE BEASLEY, Engr., Nettleton, Miss. 

CURTIS EDWARD BEAZLEY, Engr., Scooba, Miss. 





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EDDIE DEVON BELL, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 
CLAUDE HERBERT BENNETT, Engr., Ha'ttiesburg, Miss. 
ALVIN WILLIAM BENTZ, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Brookhaven, Miss. 
GEORGE LEAVELL BERRY, Ed., Columbus, Miss. 



FRANK MILAS BETHANY, Bus., DeKalb, Miss. 

JOHN AUBURN BETHANY, Bus., Shuqualak, Miss. 

SHADE ALBERT BETHANY, Agr., DeKalb, Miss. 

JOHN L. BICKERSTAFF, Ed., Pi Kappa Delta, State College, Miss. 



CHARLIE MORGAN BILLINGSLEY, Bus, Horn Lake, Miss. 

MILFORD DEAN BONNER, Agr., Reform, Ala. 

JAMES E. BOST, Bus., Ecru, Miss. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR BOURNE, Engr., Natchez, Miss. 



ALBERT HARTWELL BOYD, JR., Agr., SPE, Itta Bena, Miss. 
FRANCIS CLYDE BOYD, Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tutwiler, Miss. 
ROBERT J. BRADY, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 
JIMMY ALTON BRAGAN, Ed., Kappa Alpha, Birmingham, Ala. 



DON R. BRANCH, Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Duck Hill, Miss. 
ARNOLD ROGERS BRASHIER, Bus., DeSota, Miss. 
BILLY BANE BRASWELL, Bus., Sigma Chi, Clarksdale, Miss. 
WILLIAM P. BRAZELTON, Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Tupelo, Miss. 



SIDNEY A. BREVARD, Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Drew, Miss. 
CURTIS ANDERSON BREWER, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 
ROBERT VANCE BRISTOW, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 
BETTY JO BROCK, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Houlka, Miss. 





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JOHN CALVIN BROOME, III, Bus., Batesville, Miss. 
BASIL H. BROWN, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tchula, Miss. 
BENJAMIN LUTHER BROWN, JR., Theta Xi, Pinola, Miss. 
GRADY CORTEZ BROWN, Engr., Sigma Pi, Smithville, Miss. 



JAMES McAULEY BROWN, Engr., Aberdeen, Miss. 
WILLIAM A. BROWN, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tupelo, Miss. 
WILLIAM J. BROWN, Bus., Theta Xi, Fayette, Miss. 
WILLIAM CALVIN BRUNSON, Agr., Avalon, Miss. 



ROBERT DEWEY BRYAN, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 
RUPERT OCIA BUCKLEY, Agr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
WILLIAM A. BUFKIN, JR., Bus., Monticello, Miss. 
REX ALFORD BULLOCK, Agr., Tylertown, Miss. 



JOHN MOODY BURGE, JR., SAE, Science, Jackson, Miss. 
JAMES WILLIAM BURNHAM, Agr., Laurel, Miss. 
AMOS DENNIS BURNS, Bus., Ruleville, Miss. 
JOHN BUCKLEN BURNS, JR., Agr., Gunnison, Miss. 



HOMER C. BURROUS, Bus., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 
J. D. BUTTS, Science, Vicksburg, Miss. 
LESLIE GUY BYFORD, JR., Agr., Crawfordsville, Ark. 
KNOLLIS EDWARD BYRD, Engr., ATO, Jackson, Miss. 



JAMES COWART BYRNE, JR., Bus., Kappa Sigma, McComb, Miss. 
FRANK LAWSON CADE, JR., Ed., Brooksville, Miss. 
HORACE ROUSE CAFFEY, Agr., Lambert, Miss. 
JAMES D. CAGLE, Bus., Mattson, Miss. 



EUGENE VAUGHAN CAMP, Bus., Guntown, Miss. 
WILLIAM BOWLES CAMPBELL, Engr., Springhill, Ala. 
CARLTON L. CARPENTER, JR., Science, KS, Starkville, Miss. 
NAN CARPENTER, Ed., Zeta Tau Alpha, Houston, Miss. 



LUTHER E. CARTER, Agr., Ripley, Miss. 

ROLAND WILKES CARTER, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 

RENAN CASARES, Engr., Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. 

JACK WILSON CASE, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenville, Miss. 



ORE CLASS 



SHAFER DONALD CASE, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
LUTHER WILSON CASSELS, Agr., Gloster, Miss. 
ROBERT W. CHANDLER, Agr., SAE, Okolona, Miss. 
JAMES HUDSON CHESTEEN, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 



JAMES ROBERT CHRESTMAN, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
JAMES BERRYMAN CLEGG, Bus., Koscuisko, Miss. 
JAMES DANIEL COLEMAN, Ed., Hamilton, Miss. 
WILLIAM SEIGLE COLEMAN, Agr., Indianola, Miss. 



WILLIAM WALTER COULSON, Bus., Mobile, Ala. 
HOWARD DAVID CLARKE, Science, Richton, Miss. 
WILLIAM O. CLELAND, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sardis, Miss. 
JOE HENRY CLEMENTS, Agr., Carrollton, Ala. 



THOMAS SHERRIL CLEMMONS, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 
DEXTER SNOWDEN COCHRAN, Agr., Ackerman, Miss. 
JACK R. COLE, Engr., Jonesboro, Ark. 
EDD. L. COLLINS, Engr., Houston, Miss. 



ROBERT E. COLTHORP, Bus., Sigma Chi, New Albany, Miss. 
LOUIS ARTHUR CONERLY, Agr., Tylertown, Miss. 
PAUL A. CONERLY, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Poplarville, Miss. 
FRED ANDERSON CONLEE, Agr., Leland, Miss. 



ROBERT PATTERSON COOK, Agr., Sigma Chi, Pontotoc, Miss. 
RUSSELL F. COOK, Bus., Utica, Miss. 

THOMAS DAVID COOPWOOD, Engr., Holly Springs, Miss. 
SAMUEL LUTHER CORBIN, Engr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 



NOLAN BEAN CORLEY, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Farrell, Miss. 
HARRY STANLEY COUMBE, Engr., McComb, Miss. 
HANSFORD MOSS COWART, Bus., Birmingham, Ala. 
WYATT EUGENE CRAFT, Engr., Union, Miss. 



RAYMOND LEE CRAIG, Bus., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 
CLOVIS W. CRANE, Ed., Iuka, Miss. 

GEORGE ROSS CROSBY, Bus., Sigma Pi Epsilon, Hamilton, Miss. 
JACK WAYNE CROCKER, Ed., Oak Grove, Ala. 





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CHARLES L. CRUMBLEY, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Laurel, Miss. 
GEORGE PATTERSON CRUTHIRDS, Engr., Ocean Springs, Miss. 
GORDON R. CUNNINGHAM, Engr., PKA, Vicksburg, Miss. 
GENE HOYTE CUMMINGS, Bus., Dorsey, Miss. 



ERNEST ABBOTT CURREY, Agr., Hollandale, Miss. 
HERMAN T. CURRIE, Bus., West Point, Miss. 
LEX H. CURTIS, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
FRANCIS R. DALY, Bus., Philadelphia, Miss. 



WILLIAM ALVIN DAVENPORT, Science, Leland, Miss. 
HAROLD GENE DAVES, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
HERMAN KEITH DAVIS, Engr., Hazlehurst, Miss. 
JACK DAVIS, Agr., Preston, Miss. 



JAMES HALL DEEN, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 
RALPH PETER DELMAS, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 
JOHN T. DENNINGTON, Bus., Delta Sigma Phi, Enid, Miss. 
ANDREW NATHANIEL DENNIS, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 



LAWRENCE THOMAS DILLARD, Agr., Oxford, Miss. 
SIM JAMES DIXON, JR., Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Vaughan, Miss. 
JAMES LOWELL DQLER, Ed., Slate Springs, Miss. 
MELVIN HOWARD DONALD, Science, Shubuta, Miss. 



WADE C. DONNELL, Bus., Mendenhall, Miss. 
WILLIAM EDGAR DORROH, Bus., Malvina, Miss. 
NORMAN HERSCHELL DUNCAN, Agr., Ripley, Miss. 
T1MON GRADY DUKES, Agr., Polkville, Miss. 



FRANKLIN WILSON EDWARDS, Ed., Richton, Miss. 
WARREN LAMON EISWORTH, Bus., McComb, Miss. 
JOE T. ELLIOTT, Agr., Bolivar, Tenn. 
CARL NATHAN EMMONS, Bus., Corinth, Miss. 



DOUGLAS L. EVERETT, Ed., West Enterprise, Miss. 

GEORGE THOMAS EVERETT, III, Bus., Magee, Miss. 

J. P. EVERETT, Ed., Canton, Miss. 

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM EWING, Science, ATO, Scott, Miss. 



ORE CLASS 



DONALD COLEMAN EZELLE, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 
ERNEST JOHN FALGO, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 
MURRY C. FALKNER, Agr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Oxford, Miss. 
ROY CHARLES FANGUY, Agr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 



SAMUEL A. FARR, Engr., Houston, Miss. 

EDMOND FAULKENBERRY, Science, Pascagoula, Miss. 

LEON FAULKNER, Engr., Aberdeen, Miss. 

ARON D. FERGUSON, Agr., Bruce, Miss. 



RUDOLPH EDWARD FIEDOR, Bus., Uniontown, Penn. 
WILLIFORD HAROLD FIXES, Ed., Lake, Miss. 
JOHN H. FILGO, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, Miss. 
TAYLOR GREYDON FLOWERS, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Mattson, Miss. 



CLAIBORNE N. FLOYD, Engr., ATO, Brookhaven, Miss. 
JOHN MOSS FORD, Engr., Lake Charles, La. 
PAUL DAVID FOSTER, Bus., Sigma Chi, Blytheville, Ark. 
THOMAS CLIFTON FOWLER, Science, KA, Meridian, Miss. 



HERMAN FREEMAN, Science, McComb, Miss. 

FLOYD FULGHAM, Bus., West Point, Miss. 

JAMES EDWARD FURR, JR., Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Marks, Miss. 

HARMAN EUGENE GALEY, Agr., Memphis, Tenn. 



HAROLD W. GARNER, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 

WILLIAM H. GARRETT, JR., Agr., Kappa Sigma, Clarksdale, Miss. 

ULAS EDWIN GARRISON, Engr., Macon, Miss. 

WILLIAM ALBERT GARY, Science, Jackson, Miss. 



CHARLES MORGAN GATLIN, Engr., Sturgis, Miss. 
YET L. GEE. Engr., Ruleville, Miss. 
ERNEST CAROL GEER, Engr., Laurel, Miss. 
DINK RAINEY GIBSON, Agr., Indianola, Miss. 



KARL RAY GIBSON, Bus., Vicksburg, Miss. 

THOMAS EDWIN GILMORE, Agr., Sigma Chi, Pontotoc, Miss. 

DUNCAN LEON GODBOLD, Engr., Tunica, Miss. 

SAMUEL DAVIS GODBOLD, Engr., Tunica, Miss. 









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WALTER BRYGHTE GODBOLD, JR., Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
DAVID WILLIAM GOFF, Engr., Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. 
ROBERT AMBROSE GORKE, Bus., St. Louis, Mo. 
JAMES LLOYD GORDON, Bus., McComb, Miss. 



GEORGE T. GRAHAM, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. 
KENNETH GUY GRAHAM, Agr., Guntown, Miss. 
ROBERT GRADY GRAVES, Engr., Houlka, Miss. 
HARVEY LOUIS GRAY, Ed., Water Valley, Miss. 



WARREN WESLEY GRAY, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 
JOHN ANTONIS GRECO, Engr., PKT, Pass Christian, Miss. 
SEDLEY JOE GREER, Science, Natchez, Miss. 
THOMAS WEAVER GRIFFIN, Science, Hattiesburg, Miss. 



FRANCIS WILLIAM GROGAN, Ed., Corapoplis, Pa. 
CHARLES B. GROSS, Science, Meridian, Miss. 
OLLIE ELMER GROSS, Bus., Carthage, Miss. 
THOMAS PELHAM GROSS, Ed., Carthage, Miss. 



WILLIAM HAYES GUYTON, JR., Engr., Clinton, Miss. 
CARL FOX HAAS, Agri., Sigma Chi, Mobile, Ala. 
JOSEPH LEE HALEY, JR., Engr., Sardis, Miss. 
MARK JAMES HAMRICK, Bus., SAE, Clarksdale, Miss. 



JAMES DERWIN HANKINS, Engr., Baxterville, Miss. 
JOHN JOSEPH HANNA, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
HAROLD H. HANSEN, Engr., Macon, Miss. 
CHARLES F. HARGER, Science, Starkville, Miss. 



MARILYN LUCILLE HARGER, Ed., Starkville, Miss. 
WILLIAM G. HARLOW, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Clarksdale, Miss. 
PERRIN AMELIA HARMON, Ed., Biloxi, Miss. 
A. JEAN HARRIS, Ed., Chi Omega, Starkville, Miss. 



DEATON THOMAS HARRIS, Engr., Kilmichael, Miss. 
DOYLE WENDELL HARRIS, Engr., Amory, Miss. 
WILLIAM MARION HARRIS, Engr., Summit, Miss. 
ROBERT STANLEY HARRISON, Engr., Yazoo City, Miss. 



ORE CLASS 



SHIRLEY LOU HARRISON, Ed., ZTA, Starkville, Miss. 
LOUIS GRADY HATAWAY, Engr., PKA, Vicksburg, Miss. 
GEORGE THOMAS HEARD, Agr., Rrooksville, Miss. 
JAMES RUPERT HEARN, Rus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rienzi, Miss. 



WILLIAM WALTON HEFFINGTON, Science, Phi Kappa Tau, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

OLEN RUAL HEFLIN, Rus., Pascagoula, Miss. 

JAMES HENRY HELLUMS, Ed., Oxford, Miss. 

MARTIN S. HEMPHILL, Agr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 



WALLACE LANIER HENRY, Ed., Pontotoc, Miss. 

RALPH H. HERNDON, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Gibson, Miss. 

JEROLD J. HERRING, Rus., Magee, Miss. 

HARRY V. HICKMAN, JR., Ed., Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, Miss. 



GROVER L. HIGGINROTHAM, Rus., Meehan, Miss. 
CLYDE VERNON HILL, Rus., Greenwood, Miss. 
GENE R. HILL, Rus., Renson, Ariz. 
WILLIAM OLIVER HILTON, Engr., SPE, Jackson, Miss. 



RERL LATHANUAL HODUM, Engr., Corinth, Miss. 
GEORGE B. HOGABOOM, Engr., SAE, Vicksburg, Miss. 
ALTUS MONROE HOLMES, Special, Tylertown, Miss. 
CELWYN EMERSON HOPKINS, Engr., ATO, Dallas, Texas. 



CLAUD HALL HOPKINS, Science, Tupelo, Miss. 
LAWRENCE GENE HORNSRY, Science, Amory, Miss. 
CLIFFORD ELTON HOUGH, Agr., Mt. Olive, Miss. 
DIXIE CARLOS HOWELL, Ed., Hattiesburg, Miss. 



JOHN J. HUBBARD, Bus., Edwards, Miss. 
CHARLES FRED HUDSON, Agr., Dumas, Ark. 
PERRY LANDIN HUFF, Engr., Caledonia, Miss. 
BENJAMIN M. HUFFMAN, JR., Bus., Okolona, Miss. 



JOSEPH R. HUGGINS, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
ENOCH LOYD HUGHES, Science, Meridian, Miss. 
GENE SCOTT HUNTER, Engr., Mantee, Miss. 
ALBERT L. HUNT, Bus., Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, Miss. 




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PAUL MARZINE HUNTER, Agr., State College, Miss. 
ROBERT KILMER HUNTER, Engr., Mantee, Miss. 
JOSEPH THOMAS IDIAQUEZ, JR., Engr., ATO, New Orleans, La. 
JERRY NELSON IRBY, Ed., Meridian, Miss. 



SIDNEY ISHEE, Agr., Bay Springs, Miss. 

DAVID D. JACKSON, JR., Bus., Kappa Sigma, McComb, Miss. 
WILLIAM B. JACKSON, Agr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, McComb, Miss. 
BILLY HAYES JAMES, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Memphis, Tenn. 



JAMES GORDON JAMES, JR., Engr., Montrose, Miss. 
JOHN HASSELL JAMES, Science, Montrose, Miss. 
WILLIAM DODD JAMISON, Science, Kosciusko, Miss. 
ROBERT HART JEFFREY, Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 



VINSON HORACE JELLENE, Agr., Meridian, Miss. 

CLYDE ELIAS JENNINGS, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Memphis, Tenn. 

BILLY BBUCE JOBE, Bus., Grenada, Miss. 

BRYAN LESTON JOHNSON, Bus., Theta Xi, Roxie, Miss. 



CHARLES CARTER JOHNSON, Bus., Verona, Miss. 
DORSEY EUGENE JOHNSON, Bus., Greenville, Miss. 
EDGAR O. JOHNSON, Bus., Canton, Miss. 
FRED GILBERT JOHNSON, Science, Morton, Miss. 



FLOYD J. JOHNSON, Ed., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 
JAMES HOWARD JOHNSON, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
WILLIAM MARSHALL JOHNSON, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 
DENNIS E. JOHNSTON, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 



WILLIAM HARRY JONES, JR., Engr., Pachuta, Miss. 
WILLIAM HENRY JONES, JR., Bus., Philadelphia, Miss. 
JEFFERSON DAVIS JORDAN, JR., Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
RAYMOND WALLACE JORDAN, Bus., Decatur, Miss. 



WILLIAM LYNN JORDAN, Agr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 
JAMES C. JOY, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 
VIRGIL SHARP JUNK, Agr., Natchez, Miss. 
JAMES L. KEATING, Ed., Crystal Springs, Miss. 






ORE CLASS 



CARLTON ROBERT KELLY, Science, Walnut Grove, Miss. 
JOHN PATRICK KENNEDY, Engr., Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
MARION JOSEPH KEMP, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Macon, Miss. 
CHARLES NACHMAN KIEFER, Engr., Bay St. Louis, Miss. 




FREDERICK A. KLICKER, Ed., Jacksonville, Fla. 
RUDOLPH CHARLES KOLB, Ed., Vicksburg, Miss. 
JOHN KYZAR, JR., Engr., Hazlehurst, Miss. 
JAMES H. LACEY, Bus., Canton, Miss. 




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ADOLPH LADNER, Ed., Poplarville, Miss. 
FRED S. LADNER, JR., Bus., Saucier, Miss. 
ROBERT SHELBY LADNER, Bus., Ripley, Miss. 
HERSCHEL E. LANE, Engr., New Hebron, Miss. 



THOMAS L. LANE, Agr., Scobey, Miss. 

ROBERT E. LANGSTON, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Dundee, Miss. 
WILLIAM P. LANGSTON, JR., Agr., Eupora, Miss. 
HENRY H. LANSFORD, Engr., Laurel, Miss. 



JOHN R. LAWSHE, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Water Valley, Miss. 
WILLIAM L. LEAKE, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Maud, Miss. 
CLYDE E. LEE, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, Miss. 
JAMES M. LEE, Engr., Itta Bena, Miss. 



JOHN EDWIN LEE, JR., Engr., Kappa Alpha, Poplarville, Miss. 

ROBERT B. LEE, Bus., Meehan, Miss. 

WALTER E. LEWIS, Engr., Crystal Springs, Miss. 

ROBERT M. McCULLY, Agri., Louisville, Miss. 



JACK W. LEMMONS, Engr., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
WILLIAM C. LEVENSTEIN, Agr., Osceola, Ark. 
CLARENCE A. LEWIS, Agr., Rena Lara, Miss. 
RAY WILTON LIPE, Engr., Boyle, Miss. 



JOHN E. LIPSEY, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
GEORGE E. LITTLE, Engr., West Point, Miss. 
CLIFFORD O. LOCKHART, Agr., Caledonia, Miss. 
ADRAIN L. LONG, Engr., Crandall, Miss. 






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ANNIE ELIZABETH LORD, Ed., Kosciusko, Miss. 
JOE H. LOSSETT, Engr., Florence, Miss. 
WILLIAM WHITE LOW, Agr., Sardis, Miss. 
JULIUS HARVEY LOVE, Agr., Kosciusko, Miss. 



CHARLES ROSARIO LOYACONO, Bus., Theta Kappa Phi, Vicks- 
burg, Miss. 

CALVIN J. LUCAS, Bus., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 

GEORGE LOWREY LUCAS, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 

JAMES VERNON LYMAN, Agr., Starkville, Miss. 



EDGAR LEON MAGEE, JR., Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
ABBEY WAILES MAGRUDER, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
DORRANCE DAVENPORT MAJOR, Engr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
JAMES R. MANSELL, Engr., Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, Miss. 



JAMES ROBERT MARTIN, Engr., Indianola, Miss. 
BETTY FOX MARTINDALE, Ed., ZTA, State College, Miss. 
VIRGIL RUDOLPH MASSEY, Agr., Lyon, Miss. 
BILLY MATHIS, Ed., Walnut, Miss. 



FRANCIS C. MATLOCK, Agr., Theta Xi, Camden, Miss. 
THOMAS A. MAULDIN, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Baldwyn, Miss. 
GILLIE BENARD MAXEY, Science, Smithville, Miss. 
HARRISON LAVELLE MAXEY, Engr., Laurel, Miss. 



OWEN ERNEST MEDLEY, JR., Engr., Smithville, Miss. 
GEORGE EDGAR MENETRE, Engr., Poplarville, Miss. 
EDWARD ARLIS MIDDLETON, Engr., McComb, Miss. 
DALTON LEE MILLER, Agr., Blue Springs, Miss. 



HERBERT T. MILLER, JR., Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Drew, Miss. 
JAMES W. MILLER, Agr., Ackerman, Miss. 

ROBERT GLENN MILLER, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Columbus, Miss. 
RAY BREWER MINTON, Ed., Wesson, Miss. 



HAROLD HOLDER MITCHELL, Agr., Pace, Miss. 

VICTOR G. MITCHELL, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 

TOMMY LEE MIXON, Agr., Houston, Miss. 

FINLEY L. MOFFATT, Bus., Sigma Chi, New Albany, Miss. 



ORE CLASS 



WINFRED L. MOFFETT, Science, Lucedale, Miss. 
JOHNNY RAY MONROE, Agr., Decatur, Miss. 
RORERT R. MOOR, Ed., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 
GEORGE J. MOORE, Agr., New Site, Miss. 



HAROLD RAY MOORE, Engr., Fulton, Miss. 
JAMES RILLY MOORE, Educ, Guntown, Miss. 
RILLY HOWARD MORRIS, Rus., Paris, Tenn. 
JOHN S. MORRIS, Rus., Gulfport, Miss. 



HENRY ALLEN MOSELEY, Rus., Forest, Miss. 
ALTON FARRIS MOSS, Engr., Grenada, Miss. 
JOHN WILLIAM MURRAY, Rus., Summerland, Miss. 
JOHNNIE D. MYERS, Science, Edinburg, Miss. 



SAMMY D. MYERS, Agr., Hazelhurst, Miss. 
EDWARD W. McALLISTER, Engr., Lumberton, Miss. 
ALVIN A. McCALLUM, Engr., Jonesboro, Ark. 
HENRY EVERETT McCARTY, Science, Meridian, Miss. 



NORRIS McCLURE, JR., Engr., Meridian, Miss. 
JAMES RORERT McCLUSKEY, Agr., State College, Miss. 
LEWIS GEROLD McCOLLUM, Rus., Columbus, Miss. 
WADE L. McCORMICK, Science, Rogue Chitto, Miss. 



FITZ L. McCOY, JR., Rus., Lake, Miss. 

ROBERT A. LEGATE, Engr., Lexington, Miss. 

JAMES EDWARD McCRACKEN, Ed., Jonesboro, Ark. 

JAMES C. McDONALD, Rus., Kappa Alpha, Ray St. Louis, Miss. 



WILLIAM H. McFARLAND, Rus., Kappa Alpha, Reserve, La. 
ROGER G. McGRATH, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Yazoo City, Miss. 
CARL LESLIE McKEE, Rus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, West Point, Miss. 
WILLIAM H. McKINNEY, Rus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, Miss. 



PAUL HARVEY McMINN, Engr., Courtland, Miss. 

BONNIE FERGUSON McMULLEN, Ed., Coldwater, Miss. 

JOHN MORGAN McNEIL, Rus., Sardis, Miss. 

ROBT. A. McPHERSON, JR., Agr., Kappa Alpha, Columbus, Miss. 





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HAROLD SWAYZE NASH, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Webb, Miss. 
RANDLE W. NASH, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 
THOMAS H. NELSON, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Chatham, Miss. 
CHARLES E. NEWMAN, Engr., ATO, Starkville, Miss. 



RANDOLPH GAGE NICHOLS, Engr., SAE, Clarksdale, Miss. 
PETE M. NICOLADIS, Bus., Gulfport, Miss. 
TOLBERT EDGERTON NORRIS, JR., Science, McComb, Miss. 
JOHN ALBERT ODEN, Bus., Sigma Pi, Ovett, Miss. 



THOMAS F. ODUM, Bus., Sanatorium, Miss. 
GEORGE HENRY OELSCHIG, Agr., Savannah, Ga. 
PAUL SEMMES O'LEARY, Engr., Theta Xi, Meridian, Miss. 
JAMES L. OSWALT, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 



FRANK CRITZ PAGE, Agr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 
VICTOR HARRY PAPA, Ed., Jacksonville, Fla. 
NEWTON M. PARKER, JR., Agr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
ROY L. PARKER, Agr., Bonita, Miss. 



WILLIAM ALVIS PARKS, Bus., Sigma Chi, New Albany, Miss. 
HERBERT FREDDIE PATRICK, JR., Agr., Johns, Miss. 
BILLY C. PAUL, Ed., Sulligent, Ala. 
WILLIAM GORDON PEARSON, Agr., Mississippi City, Miss. 



ROBERT CROSBY PERRY, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tchula, Miss. 
CLYDE PETTY, Engr., Hornbeak, Tenn. 

HENRY C. PILKINTON, Agr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Artesia, Miss. 
EDWARD NELMS PITNER, Engr., New Albany, Miss. 



WILLIAM ERVIN POE, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Bovina, Miss. 

ZELBERT HAYDEN POOLE, Ed., Sallis, Miss. 

IRA GLENDON POPE, Engr., Winona, Miss. 

JAMES COUNCIL POPE, Bus., Sigma Chi, Helena, Ark. 



ALFRED FOSTER POUNDERS, Engr., Montieello, Miss. 
OTIS A. PRATER, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lambert, Miss. 
EDGAR HEY PRESSGROVE, JR., Agr., LCA, Charleston, Miss. 
HOMER L. PREWITT, Agr., Starkville, Miss. 



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ROBERT ALLEN PRICE, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 

JOHN RANDOLPH PRINCE, Engr., PKT, Shnqualak, Miss. 

LEE V. PRINGLE, Bus., Sigma Chi, Biloxi, Miss. 

ROBERT A. PRITCHARD, Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Harriston, 
Mississippi. 



WILLIS T. PRITCHARD, Agr., Belzoni, Miss. 
CHESTER ROYCE QUAVE, Ed., Gulfport, Miss. 
MOSE FRANKLIN RAMSEY, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
JOHN D. READY, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 



HUGH H. REED, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Eupora, Miss. 
DUDLEY H. REEDY, Science, Smithville, Miss. 
ROBERT JAMES REID, Ed., Water Valley, Miss. 
EARL K. REYNOLDS, Agr., Boyle, Miss. 



RAYMOND E. RHODES, Bus., Tallahassee, Fla. 
DAVID L. RICE, Bus., Delta Sigma Phi, Oakland, Miss. 
JOE FRANK RICHARDS, Bus., Sigma Pi, Laurel, Miss. 
REYNOLDS L. RICHARDSON, JR., Science, KS, Meridian, Miss. 



TOXIE WILTON RICHARDSON, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
ROY T. RICHEY, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 
ALFRED JAMES RIMES, JR., Agr., Summit, Miss. 
DONALD EARLE ROBINSON, Ed., Memphis, Tenn. 



LEE ROBINSON, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Bus., Hickory, Miss. 
JOHN WHITSON ROBISON, Bus., Sigma Pi, Batesville, Miss. 
RUDYARD B. ROBISON, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, Miss. 
JAMES A. ROBY, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Kosciusko, Miss. 



ELMER JEROME ROE, Ed., Birmingham, Ala. 
CHARLES O. ROLLINS, Agr., Tunnel Hill, Ga. 
WALTER R. ROMAN, Agr., Greenville, Miss. 
DANIEL CLARK RUBLE, Engr., Miss. City, Miss. 



W. HENRY RUFFIN, Agr., New Augusta, Miss. 
BEN WILEY RUSCOE, Ed., Coila, Miss. 
HERMAN E. RUSSELL, Agr., Sledge, Miss. 
HOWARD EARL RUSSELL, Agr., Collierville, Tenn. 





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HOWARD EARL RUSSELL, Agri., Collierville, Tenn. 

JAMES MARION SALLEY, Engr., Eupora, Miss. 

HARVEY BRUCE SANDERS, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 

JAMES ROBERT SANDERS, Engr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 



WALTER BYRON SARTIN, Ed., Booneville, Miss. 
SAM A. SARULLO, Science, Greenville, Miss. 
JACK SCARBOROUGH, JR., Bus., Nitta Yuma, Miss. 
LELAND SCARBOROUGH, Ed., Nitta Yuma, Miss. 



CARL W. SCHEIDER, Bus., Clarksdale, Miss. 
ROBERT MARTIN SCHOLTES, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 
CHARLES LAVON SCIPLE, Agr., Gholson, Miss. 
AUSTIN FRANCIS SCOTT, Engr., Kreole, Miss. 



JACK DORTCH SCOTT, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
RALPH HILTON SEGREST, Engr., Ha'ttiesburg, Miss. 
EDWARD SEITZ, Bus., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 
JOE PAUL SHEFFIELD, Agr., Dorsey, Miss. 



FINLEY BRYAN SHELTON, Bus., Belzoni, Miss. 
THOMAS CLINTON SHEPHERD, Engr., McLeod, Miss. 
EDWIN WILLIAM SHIELDS, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 
JAMES HARRISON SHOFNER, Bus., Winona, Miss. 



MORRIS DEWITT SHOTTS, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 
WINARD LEE SILLS, Bus., Silver Creek, Miss. 
CROSBY SAMUEL SIMMONS, Ed., Inverness, Miss. 
JAMES S. SIMMONS, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Utica, Miss. 



THOMAS H. SIMMONS, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 
GEORGE DAVIS SIMPSON, Bus., Okolona, Miss. 
DONALD DOZIER SKELTON, Ed., Slate Spring, Miss. 
JAMES HENRY LAVON SLAUGHTER, Engr., Philadelphia, Miss. 



CYRUS EDWARD SMALL, Engr., Laurel, Miss. 

JAMES M. SMILEY, Engr., Liberty, Miss. 

BILLY FAY SMITH, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss. 

CHARLES EDWIN SMITH, Bus., Kossuth, Miss. 



ORE CLASS 



CHARLES PIERCE SMITH, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 

DERRELL ALFRED SMITH, Science, Phi Kappa Tau, Bogue 
Chitto, Miss. 

EUGENE B. SMITH, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Columbus, Miss. 

JOHANNE WALTON SMITH, Bus., Chi Omega, Marks, Miss. 



WILLIAM BARRON SMITH, Agr., Magee, Miss. 

WILLIAM LOUIS SMITH, Engr., Magnolia, Miss. 

JERRY DURELL SPARKS, Agr., Corinth, Miss. 

LELAND SHELBY SPEAKES, JR., Bus., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 



HENRY COLUMBUS SPEIR, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 

MAXWELL MARVIN STAINBROOK, JR., Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 

EDWIN FAUST STEPHENSON, Agr., Eudora, Ark. 

PAUL H. STEPHENSON, JR., Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Flora, Miss. 



JUANICE STEVENSON, Ed., McCool, Miss. 

WILLARD DWIGHT STEVENSON, Bus., State College, Miss. 

RALPH STEWART, JR., Bus., Gulfport, Miss. 

JOE PHARIE STILES, Science, Brooksville, Miss. 



MITCHELL O'NEAL STINSON, Engr., LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 

HORACE ALSTON STOKES, Ed., Steens, Miss. 

MORRIS LEATON STOKES, Ed., Steens, Miss. 

JAMES E. STONE, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pascagoula, Miss. 



GERALD CLINTON STRAIN, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 
OTTO RAYMOND ST. JOHN, JR., Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
HARBARD SUGG, JR., Bus., Clarksdale, Miss. 
JOHN A. SUTHOFF, Science, Jackson, Miss. 



THOMAS ELLIOTT SUTTLE, Agr., Louisville, Miss. 

JEFF NORVEL SUTTON, Agr., Prentiss, Miss. 

MARGARET E. SWAIN, Bus., State College, Miss. 

MARTHA H. SWAIN, Ed., Zeta Tau Alpha, State College, Miss. 



CATHERINE YANDELL SWAYZE, Ed., Chi Omega, Benton, Miss. 
BETTY JEAN SWINDOLL, Bus., Eupora, Miss. 
STANLEY WAYNE SYKES, Bus., Artesia, Miss. 
ARTHUR WILLIAM TAIT, Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 



REET TANNER, Agr., Laurel, Miss. 
ROONEY W. TANNER, Ed., Laurel, Miss. 
JAMES H. TAYLOR, Engr., Belmont, Miss. 
JACK H. THOMAS, Ed., Sandhill, Miss. 





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WILL R. THOMAS, JR., Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Aberdeen, Miss. 
JAMES THOMPSON, JR., Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 
JOHN SILAS THOMPSON, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, Miss. 
ROBERT FLEMMING THOMPSON, Engr., Monticello, Miss. 



WARREN SLATER THOMPSON, Agr., Crystal Springs, Miss. 
LUCIEN W. THORNTON, Engr., Hazelhurst, Miss. 
JAMES L. TOLAR, Agr., Columbia, Miss. 
EVERETT S. TOMLINSON, Engr., Russellville, Miss. 



HUBERT F. TOMLINSON, JR., Agr., Holly Springs, Miss. 
CHARLES C. TORRES, Engr., Moss Point, Miss. 
TURNER J. TRAPP, Agr., Duck Hill, Miss. 
CHARLIE G. TREVILLION, Engr., Wilkinson, Miss. 



GLOVER BROWN TRIPLETT, Agr., Crawford, Miss. 
WINFRED E. TULLOS, Science, KA, Crystal Springs, Miss. 
EDWIN EARL TURNER, Agr.., LCA, Holly Springs, Miss. 
WALLACE E. TURNER, Bus., Vinegar Bend, Ala. 



BILLY RUSSELL TUTOR, Ed., Sarepta, Miss. 
HARRY HUGH ULERY, JR., Engr., LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 
FINLEY G. VANBROCKLIN, Engr., Nettleton, Miss. 
OLIVER WILBERN VAUGHAN, Agr., Leland, Miss. 



ERNEST R. VONKOHN, Ed., Macon, Miss. 

HENRY E. WACHTER, Engr., Merigold, Miss. 

ADOLPH WAGNER, JR., Science, Theta Xi, Church Hill, Miss. 

JACK R. WALKER, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 



JAMES M. WALKER, Engr., Arlington, Va. 
HARRY L. WALLING, Agr., Brandon, Miss. 
LEONARD B. WAMNES, JR., Agr., ATO, Aberdeen, Miss. 
HENRY E. WAMSLEY, Ed., State College, Miss. 



GEORGE D. WARNER, Agr., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 
ARLIE D. WATKINS, Bus., Philadelphia, Miss. 
GLEN EDWARD WATSON, Ed., Bellefontaine, Miss. 
JAMES GILBERT WATSON, Ed., Bellefontaine, Miss. 



MARSHALL B. WEATHERSBY, Engr., New Hebron, Miss. 
JAMES FRANKLIN WEBSTER, Ed., Pontotoc, Miss. 
ALBERT C. WEEKS, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Gulfport, Miss. 
HUBERT M. WELBORN, Bus., Theta Xi, Laurel, Miss. 



ORE CLASS 



RAY O. WELBORNE, Engr., Laurel, Miss. 
CHARLES E. WEST, Engr., West Point, Miss. 
HARVEY PETER WEST, Bus., Greenville, Miss. 
J. D. WHITE, Agr., Marks, Miss. 



JOHN DAVID WHITE, Engr., Lexington, Tenn. 
WILLARD RAY WHITE, Engr., Natchez, Miss. 
HILTON D. WHITMIRE, Bus., MeCool, Miss. 
ARTHUR C. WHITTEMORE, Science, Raymond, Miss. 



ELEANOR RUTH WIGGINS, Bus., Weir, Miss. 
HENRY F. WILBANKS, Engr., Walnut, Miss. 
CHARLES H. WILLIAMS, Agr., Hickory, Miss. 
DALE LEON WILLIAMS, Bus., Sigma Pi, Laurel, Miss. 



DELBERT L. WILLIAMS, Agi., Iuka, Miss. 

LEON W. WILLIAMS, Agr., Newton, Miss. 

ROBERT G. WILLIAMS, Engr., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 

HAROLD L. WILSON, Bus., Greenwood, Miss. 



HERBERT ALLEN WILSON, Bus., Greenwood, Miss. 
JACK LYNN WILSON, Science, Monticello, Miss. 
MARTIN K. WILSON, Bus., Brookhaven, Miss. 
JOSEPH C. WINDHAM, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 



JOHN P. WISE, Engr., Biloxi, Miss. 

NORMAN WISE, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 

KENNETH WITT, Bus., Ecru, Miss. 

JAMES DAVID WOOD, Agri., Kappa Sigma, Greenville, Miss. 



JAMES DOYLE WOOD, Agr., Sidon, Miss. 
JOHN W. WOOD, Science, Hazlehurst, Miss. 
WILLIAM T. WOOD, Science, PKT, Pass Christian, Miss. 
JAMES W. WOODARD, JR., Engr., Leakesville, Miss. 



ALBERT H. WOODS, Engr., Gulfport, Miss. 
JOHN G. WOODWARD, Engr., Indianola, Miss. 
LEWIS J. WOOTEN, Engr., Forest, Miss. 
HERBERT M. WORD, Agr., Sigma Chi, Okolona, Miss. 



JAMES B. WRIGHT, Engr., Water Valley, Miss. 
BEN S. YANDELL, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Vance, Miss. 
PAUL A. YOUNGER, Bus., Louisville, Miss. 
ALBERT R. ZEPPONI, Agr., Clarksdale, Miss. 








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DANNIE LLOYD ABRAHAM, Bus., Belzoni, Miss. 
THOMAS L. ADAMS, Eng., Quitman, Miss. 
CHARLES ELMER ALGOOD, Agr., Philadelphia, Miss. 
DONALD HUBERT ANDERSON, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 



ROBERT SAMUEL ANDERSON, Ed., Meridian, Miss. 

CHARLES LaRUE AN DRESS, Bus., Wiggins, Miss. 

JOE VAN ANGLIN, Engr., Vardaman, Miss. 

ELLIS PAUL ANTOON, Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greenwood, Miss. 



WILLIAM ISAAC ARLEDGE, Agri., Bay Springs, Miss. 

JAMES S. ARMSTRONG, Bus., New Albany, Miss. 

TOM ALVIN ARMSTRONG, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Itta Bina, Miss. 

JAMES ALTON AVANT, Engr., Water Valley, Miss. 



JOE CECIL BADDLEY, Ed., Water Valley, Miss. 
JOHN W. BAGGETT, Agr., Columbia, Miss. 
DAVID G. BAILEY, Agr., Kosciusko, Miss. 
ERNEST EUAL BAILEY, Science, Steens, Miss. 



HUBERT DENT BAILEY, Ed., Lexington, Miss. 
ANDREW W. BAIRD, Agr., Houston, Miss. 
GERALD H. BANKS, Bus., Amory, Miss. 
RALPH E. BARBOUR, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 



SIDNEY J. BARINEAU, Bus., Bainbridge, Ga. 

CHARLES WILLIAM BARRETT, Agr., PKA, Indianola, Miss. 

WILLIE RAY BASS, JR., Engr., Baxterville, Miss. 

HENRY W. BAUGH, Engr., Theta Kappa Phi, Vicksburg, Miss. 



RUSSELL WALLACE BEACPI, Ed., Hazlehurst, Miss. 

BILLY J. BECKETT, Science, Bruce, Miss. 

JAMES A. BEDENBAUGH, Bus., Kappa Sigma, State College, Miss. 

JAMES A. BEDWELL, Agri., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 



JAMES McLEAN BELL, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
TERRY L. BENNETT, Bus., SAE, Meridian, Miss. 
JULIAN W. BENTZ, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
CHESTER OLIVER BISHOP, Science, Grenada, Miss. 



AN CLASS 



CARL B. BLACK, JR., Bus., Kappa Sigma, Rosedale, Miss. 
CLAUDE J. BLACKBURN, Science, Theta Xi, Booneville, Miss. 
RALPH BLACKWOOD, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Belzoni, Miss. 
WALDO M. BLAKE, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Lexington, Miss. 



JACK CARR BLOUNT, Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 
JOHN F. BLOUNT, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Isola, Miss. 
SAMMIE TERRELL BOLEWARE, Engr., Carson, Miss. 
DANIEL L. BOLAIN, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 



CALVIN O BOONE, Agr., Batesville, Miss. 

CHARLES W. BOONE, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
WESLEY W. BOONE, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Memphis, Tenn. 
JOHN E. BOWERS, JR., Bus., Crystal Springs, Miss. 



CLINTON C. BOYD, Engr., Raymond, Miss. 

JOHN FRANKLIN BOYD, Ed., Raymond, Miss. 

DERWOOD RAY BOYLES, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 

BILLIE E. BRACKEEN, Agr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Iuka, Miss. 



CLYDE E. BRACKEN, JR., Bus., LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 
NAN NELLE BRIGHT, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 
JOSEPH S. BRISTOW, Science, Phi Kappa Tau, Tupelo, Miss. 
DAVID J. BRUMLEVE, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 



JAMES H. BRYAN, Engr., Nettleton, Miss. 

JOHN K. BYRNE, Engr., Memphis, Tenn. 

JOE H. BURCH, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Huges, Ark. 

LUTA R. BURFORD, Engr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 



JOHN EVERETT BURGESS, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 
AARON EARL BURNEY, Ed., Coffeeville, Miss. 
JOHN B. BURNS, III, Engr., SAE, Jackson, Miss. 
JAMES A. BURROW, Engr., Smithville, Miss. 



MARION BUREN CAGLE, Agr., Centerville, Miss. 
ADA JO CAIN, Science, Gurdon, Miss. 
DAVID F. CALDWELL, Ed., Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. 
RAYMOND C. CAMERON, Ed., Millport, Ala. 





She F R E S H M 



DAVIE NELSON CAMP, Bus., Byhalia, Miss. 

MIDFRED INEZ CAMP, Ed., Mantachie, Miss. 

WILLIAM W. CANNON, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Vaiden, Miss. 

LAURANCE W. CARTER, Agr., Sigma Chi, Rolling Fork, Miss. 



PATRICK W. CARTY, Agr., Pheba, Miss. 
MARY SUE CARY, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 
GEORGE P. CHATHAM, Engr., SAE, Greenwood, Miss. 
CHARLES N. CHITTOM, Science, Kappa Alpha, Leland, Miss. 



JAMES E. CLANTON, Agr., Waynesboro, Miss. 
ELMER WALTER CLARK, Bus., Tupelo, Miss. 
WILLIAM DAVID CLARK, Agr., Tie Plant, Miss. 
DOUGLAS I. CLARKE, Bus., New York, New York. 



OTTIS N. CLAYTON, Agr., Starkville, Miss. 

E. C. CLEVELAND, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 

JOSEPHINE COLLIER, Bus., Chi Omega, Yazoo City, Miss. 

SEGER H. COLLIER, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Yazoo City, Miss. 



JOHN M. COMBS, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
GENE LEWIS COOPWOOD, Ed., Clarksdale, Miss. 
JOHN R. COX ; Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Glen Allan, Miss. 
WILLIAM COX, Science, Okolona, Miss. 



BEN A. CRAWFORD, JR., Engr., Clarksdale, Miss. 
ERNEST CRAWFORD, JR., Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Marion, Ark. 
JAMES W. CROOK, Science, Sigma Chi, Yazoo City, Miss. 
TOMMY C. CROOK, Bus., Becker, Miss. 



ROBERT DUNCAN CROUT, Science, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
IRWIN D. CROWLEY, JR., Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 
JAMES CARL DALE, Science, Columbia, Miss. 
ROBERT E. DAY, Engr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 



ROBERT H. DENSON, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
WALTER M. DENTON, Agr., Brooklyn, Miss. 
THOMAS J. DILL, Agr., Ethelsville, Ala. 
ROBERT LEE DONARD, JR., Science, Vossburg, Miss. 



AN CLASS 



WILLIAM K. DORNBUSCH, Science, Vicksburg, Miss. 
ROBERT E. DOUGHTY, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
HAYWARD B. DRANE, Ed., Natchez, Miss. 
WILLIAM J. Du BARD, Agr., McCarley, Miss. 



CECIL ALLEN DUKE, Agr., Tupelo, Miss. 

JOE LEE DUNCAN, Ed., Tiplersville, Miss. 

BYRON T. DUNN, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Collierville, Tenn. 

ROLLIN L. DUTRO, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Gulfport, Miss. 



WILLIAM P. EASON, Agr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Coahoma, Miss. 
ROBERT L. EILAND, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Drew, Miss. 
BILLY H. ELDRIDGE, Bus., Wiggins, Miss. 
JOHN A. ESPENSEN, Agr., McAllen, Texas 



JAMES E. EVANS, Agr., Sigma Chi, Muldon, Miss. 

WILLIAM D. EVANS, Bus., Foxworth, Miss. 

WILLIAM H. EVANS, Agr., Columbia, Miss. 

JAMES B. FAILING, Science, Sigma Chi, Indianola, Miss. 



CLIFFORD J. FARISH, Engr., Jackson, Miss. 
ROGER RAYMOND FARRIS, Agr., Biscoe, Ark. 
AMBROSE P. FATHERREE, JR., Science, SAE, Jackson, Miss. 
FRANK FERNANDEZ, JR., Engr., Marks, Miss. 



CHARLES H. FILGO, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tupelo, Miss. 
DONALD F. FITZGERALD, Engr., New Albany, Miss. 
PAUL E. FITZGERALD, Science, Okolona, Miss. 
CALLIE E. FLANAGAN, Agr., SAE, Greenwood, Miss. 



GEORGE EVANS FLETCHER, Agr., Merigold, Miss. 
JOHN HART FONDREN, Engr., SAE, Cleveland, Miss. 

GEORGE HAROLD FRANCIS, Bus., Amory, Miss. 

CLINTON L. FRANKLIN, JR., Engr., KA, Vicksburg, Miss. 



RODDIS MATT FREEMAN, Bus., Liberty, Miss. 

HOWARD C. FRIDAY, Science, Kappa Sigma, Starkville, Miss. 

FRIDA MAE FULGHUM, Ed., West Point, Miss. 

CAROL JUNE FULTZ, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 






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ARLIS ARNOLD GAULT, Bus., Sherman, Miss. 
MANUEL JOHN GEORGE, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 
JOHN ARCHER GETER, Agr., Wilkinson, Miss. 
RALPH H. GILLESPIE, Agr., Blue Springs, Miss. 



CHARLES C. GIVENS, Bus., Eupora, Miss. 

SING GONG, JR., Engr., Duncan, Miss. 

CHARLES B. GOODWIN, Science, Theta Xi, Soso, Miss. 

JAMES I. GOODWIN, JR., Bus., Sigma Chi, Marvell, Ark. 



ROBERT EARL GORDAY, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 
FREDERICK F. GORDON, Ed., Houlka, Miss. 
AARON WALKER GOZA, Science, Lexington, Miss. 
ALRERT H. GRAVES, Engr., Grenada, Miss. 



ROBERT F. GRAVES, Engr., Kappa Alpha, Merigold, Miss. 

BARRON DANIEL GRAY, Agr., Columbia, Miss. 

BILLY DOUGLAS GRAY, Ed., Grenada, Miss. 

ALBERT H. GREEN, Bus., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 



JACKSON Y. GREENLEAF, Bus., PKA, Philadelphia, Miss. 
JAMES EDWARD GREGORY, Agr., Amory, Miss. 
FLETCHER E. GRIFFIN, JR., Agr., Meridian, Miss. 
HOWARD LEE GRITTMAN, JR., Agr., PKA, Drew, Miss. 



JAMES H. GROSS, Agr., Carthage, Miss. 
ROBERT W. GUNN, Bus., New Orleans, La. 
WILLIAM A. GUYSE, Science, Forest, Miss. 
GEORGE E. HAJJ, JR., Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 



BOBBY S. HALL, Bus., Ripley, Miss. 
JAMES M. HALL, Engr., Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 
WILLIAM LEE HAMEL, Bus., Vicksburg, Miss. 
THOMAS OCIE HAMM, Ed., Corinth, Miss. 



THOMAS C. HAMNER, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Memphis, Tenn. 
JEROME B. HANKS, JR., Bus., Clarksdale, Miss. 
SIDNEY GORDON HARBISON, Science, Okalona, Miss. 
JOE E. HARDIN, Agr., Winona, Miss. 



AN CLASS 



JOHN T. HARDIN, Ed., Calhoun City, Miss. 

NEDDIE R. HARDIN, Engr., Eupora, Miss. 

CROVER C. HARNED, JR., Engr., Jackson, Miss. 

JACK H. HARPER, JR., Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss. 



DOROTHY E. HARRELSON, Bus., State College, Miss. 

JULIUS S. HARRIS, Bus., Madison, Miss. 

JAMES W. HARRISON, Engr., Magnolia, Miss. 

WILLIAM C. HARRISON, Science, Theta Kappa Phi, Vicksburg, 
Mississippi. 



GRADY L. HARTFIELD, Engr., Hazlehurst, Miss. 

BILLIE B. HARTNESS, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 

HENRY G. HARVEY, Engr., Tylertown, Miss. 

KENNETH M. HAYWARD, Engr., Grenada, Miss. 



JOHN W. HEDGEPETH, Ed., Monticello, Miss. 

ROBERT M. HENSON, Engr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Okolona, Miss. 

JAMES C. HERBERT, Science, Memphis, Tenn. 

CLARENCE V. HERRINGTON, Engr., Quitman, Miss. 



CARL M. HILDRETH, Ed., Columbus, Miss. 

DORIS E. HILL, Science, Greenwood; Miss. 

HERBERT H. HILL, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tchula, Miss. 

NORRIS E. HILL, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Indianola, Miss. 



FRENCH HILLMAN, Engr., Leaksville, Miss. 

WILLIAM A. HITCH, JR., Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Drew, Miss. 

CLAIBORNE P. HOLLIS, Engr., Natchez, Miss. 

WALTON W. HOOTSELL, Bus., Natchez, Miss. 



THOMAS N. HORTON, Agr., Pontotoc, Miss. 
PROCTOR D. HOUSTON, JR., Agr., PKA, Jackon, Miss. 
LACEY E. HOWARD, Agr., Gunnison, Miss. 
VERNON M. HULL, Engr., Sigma Chi, Cleveland, Miss. 



HARROM R. HUMPHREY, Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 
CHARLES L. HUNT, Bus., Sigma Chi, Clarksdale, Miss. 
GEORGE T. HUTTON, JR., Bus., Meridian, Miss. 
LEON L. JACOBS, Bus., Vicksburg, Miss. 





Sfhe F R E S H 



CHARLES H. JAMES, Agr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Eudora, Ark. 

EARNEST H. JAMES, Ed., Gordo, Ala. 

JAMES T. JAMISON, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 

JACK S. JENNINGS, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. 



CHARLES H. JOHNSON, Bus., SPE, State College, Miss. 
CLARKE G. JOHNSON, Science, Greenville, Miss. 
EDGAR E. JOHNSON, JR., Agr., Oxford, Miss. 
EDWARD M. JOHNSON, Agr., State College, Miss. 



JAMES M. JOHNSON, Bus., Winona, Miss. 

OSCAR H. JOHNSON, JR., Science, Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

DAVID TRUETT JONES, Agr., Engr., Forrell, Miss. 

JESSE DAVID JOY, JR., Engr., Sigma Chi, Vicksburg, Miss. 



DAVID E. KEITH, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
ROY A. KELLY, Engr., Tupelo, Miss. 
CHARLES W. KENNEDY, Engr., Amory, Miss. 
JOHN D. KERR. Engr., French Camp, Miss. 



LOUIS I. KESTENBAUM, Bus., Kappa Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss. 
ESSE H. KEYES, Ed., Theta Xi, Meridian, Miss. 
CHARLES E. KILPATRICK, Agr., Indianola, Miss. 
CLYDE H. KILPATRICK, Bus., Belzoni, Miss. 



ROBERT L. KOESTLER, Bus., SAE, Greenville, Miss. 
PETER A. KOURY, Bus., Leland, Miss. 
ALBERT J. LADNER, Ed., Saucier, Miss. 
FRED M. LAMON, JR., Bus., Memphis, Tenn. 



EDWIN G. LAND, JR., Agr., Louisville, Miss. 
MAX C. LASSITER, Engr., Lucedale, Miss. 
MAURICE B. LAYTON, Agr., Magee, Miss. 
JAMES E. LEBEN, Bus., Albany, Ga. 



TORRES F. LeBRUN, Science, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
JACK M. LEDBETTER, Engr., Shuqualak, Miss. 
ROBERT L. LEFF, Engr., Biloxi, Miss. 
JOHN L. LEFLORE, JR., Agr., Sigma Chi, Greenwood, Miss. 



AN CLASS 



ALTON LEGER, JR., Handsboro, Miss. 

JOHN T. LEWIS, Science, Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 

RICHARD A. LEWIS, Agr., Starkville, Miss. 

JO ANN LINDSEY, Rus., Starkville, Miss. 



REX LIVINCSTON, Agr., Stoneville, Miss. 

JAMES M. LOFTON, Rus., Philadelphia, Miss. 

ALVAH C. LONG, Engr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vaiden, Miss. 

THOMAS C. LONG, Engr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Florence, Miss. 



CAROLYN A. LUHMAN, Rus., Starkville, Miss. 
HERRERT L. LUNSFORD, Engr., Lauderdale, Miss. 
JAMES C. MARRY, Ed., Woodland, Miss. 
EDWARD MAC ARTHUR, Science, Stewart, Miss. 



HARLAN P. MAJURE, Agr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Philadelphia, Miss. 
HOMER AUSTIN MANN, Rus., Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 
OTIS T. MARSHALL, JR., Agr., SAE, Ratesville, Miss. 
HOWARD E. MARTIN, Agr., Cary, Miss. 



THOMAS G. MASON, Rus., Bay Springs, Miss. 
JOHN L. MASSEY, Science, Meridian, Miss. 
RORIN H. MATHIS, Ed., Houlka, Miss. 
JOE J. MATTHEWS, Rus., Neshoba, Miss. 



HENRY E. MATTOX, Engr., Sigma Chi, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
DANIEL M. MAYERS, JR., Agr., Rrandon, Miss. 
VICTOR H. MEENA, Agr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Clarksdale, Miss. 
RICHARD E. MEISENHOLDER, Engr., Yazoo City, Miss. 



JAMES T. MELTON, Science, Columbus, Miss. 
JAMES E. MEREDITH, Engr., Greenville, Miss. 
THOMAS S. MIKELL, Rus., Sigma Chi, Silver Creek, Miss. 
EDGAR G. MILES, Engr., Sigma Chi, Lexa, Ark. 



JAMES WILLARD MILLER, Ed., Philadelphia, Miss. 
JOBE R. MILLER, Agr., Corinth, Miss. 
WILFRED L. MILLER, JR., Science, Miss. City, Miss. 
CHARLES H. MITCHELL, Engr., LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 







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JOHN B. MITCHELL, Agr., Jonestown, Miss. 

JOHN L. MITCHELL, Bus., Giilfport, Miss. 

FRANK W. MIZE, Engr., Forest, Miss. 

LAURANCE N. MIZE, Buc., Lambda Chi Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss. 



GUY MOHEAD, Agr., Lula, Miss. 
WILLIAM H. MOHEAD, Ed., Lula, Miss. 
CHARLES H. MOORE, Science, Jackson, Miss. 
WILLIAM N. MOORE, Engr., Morgan City, Miss. 



WINFRED B. MOORE, Bus., Carthage, Miss. 
JOE B. MOOREHEAD, Science, Kappa Sigma, Corinth, Miss. 
THOMAS A. MOORMAN, Ed., Water Valley, Miss. 
HENRY D. MORGAN, Agr., Kosciusko, Miss. 



STANLEY E. MORGAN, Engr., Water Valley, Miss. 

LEON V. MORLAS, JR., Science, Gulfport, Miss. 

JAMES P. MORRIS, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

ROBT. M. MORTON, Agr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Morgan City, Miss. 



WINFRED H. MUCKELRATH, Agr., Burns, Miss. 
ROBERT A. MULLINS, Agr., Guin, Ala. 
DANIEL O. MURPHY, Bus., Birmingham, Ala. 
HARRY E. MYERS, Bus., Madden, Miss. 



GRADY S. McALEXANDER, Bus., Holly Springs, Miss. 
AVANS E. McARTHUR, Ed., Columbia, Miss. 
WILLIAM E. McCALEB, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 
EUGENE D. McCALLA, Science, Corinth, Miss. 



CHARLES D. McCARTHY, Bus., Baldwyn, Miss. 
GEORGE A. McCAUGHON, Agr., Clarksdale, Miss. 
FRANCIS E. McCULLOUGH, Bus., Holmesville, Miss. 
CHARLES D. McDONALD, Bus., Winfield, Ala. 



HAROLD L. McDONALD, Ed., Winfield, Ala. 

CARY D. McGARRH, Agr., Cleveland, Miss. 

MERLIN McGHEE, Agr., Aberdeen, Miss. 

HENRY C. McGOWN, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Memphis, Tenn. 



AN CLASS 



JOHN A. McGUIRE, Ed., Batesville, Miss. 
SHIRLEY M. McKAY; Science, Vicksburg, Miss. 
JAMES W. McKINNEY, Science, Amory, Miss. 
ROBERT B. McKNIGHT, JR., Engr. SAE, Tupelo, Miss. 



PATRICK G. McLAIN, Agr., Puckett, Miss. 
TROY N. McMILLIN, Bus., Ripley, Miss. 
JOE S. McNAIR, Ed., McGee, Miss. 
SARAH F. McREYNOLDS, Ed., Starkville, Miss. 



HOWARD L. McWILLIAMS, Engr., Meridian, Miss. 
HAROLD S. NASH, Bus., Kappa Sigma, Webb, Miss. 
WILLIAM D. NEAL, JR., Engr., Carrollton, Miss. 
BOBBY L. NEELY, Science, Hollandale, Miss. 



FRED W. NELMS, Agr., Corinth, Miss. 
ALBERT E. NORDAN, Agr., Drew, Miss. 
ANDREW T. NORMAN, Bus., Corinth, Miss. 
WILLIAM D. NORRIS, Agr., Quitman, Miss. 



MARILYN NOWLIN, Ed., Zeta Tau Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 
THOMAS E. OAKES, Agr., Safford, Ala. 
GEORGE H. OGBURN, JR., Engr., Meridian, Miss. 
CARLTON L. O'KEEF, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 



WILLARD B. OLIVER, Bus., Sigma Pi, Jackson, Miss. 

BILLY T. O'QUIN, Science, Magnolia, Miss. 

MARION B. ORSBURN, Science, Winona, Miss. 

JAMES E. OSBORNE, Business, Kappa Sigma, Belzoni, Miss. 



THOMAS J. OUSLEY, JR., Agr., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 

DAVID H. OWEN, JR., Engr., SPE, West Point, Miss. 

BETTY M. PALMER, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 

WILLIAM T. PANNELL, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Raleigh, Tenn. 



FRANCIS E. PARKER, Engr., Stonewall, Miss. 

GLENN D. PARKER, JR., Agr., Macon, Miss. 

JACK P. PARKER, Bus., Alpha Tau Omega, Starkville, Miss. 

GUY A. PARSONS, Agr., Bogue Chitto, Miss. 





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CHARLES E. PEARSON, Agr., McCondy, Miss. 

FERDINAND A. PECOUL, Engr:, Gulfport, Miss. 

HAL H. PEEL, Agr., Holly Springs, Miss. 

JAMES D. PEEPLES, Ed., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 



CPIARLES W. PENLEY, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 
JAMES A. PERKINS, Agr., Cofreeville, Miss. 
THOMAS E. PERSON, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
OMAR W. PETERS, Science, Jackson, Miss. 



WILLIAM R. PETERSON, Agr., Artesia, Miss. 

WILLIAM J. PHIPPS, JR., Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jackson, Miss. 

CHARLES A. PITTMAN, Bus., Columbia, Miss. 

JAMES H. PORTER, Bus., LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 



BENJAMIN F. PRICE, JR., Engr., Pi Kappa Tau, Laurel, Miss. 
CASSIE W. PRICE, JR., Agr., Printiss, Miss. 
ANGLO S. PUCKETT, JR., Bus., Kappa Sigma, Mobile, Ala. 
TOWNSEND H. PYRON, Ed., Greenwood, Miss. 



ROBERT E. RALEY, Ed., Quitman, Miss. 

HUBERT T. RATLIFF, JR., Bus., PKA, Pocahantas, Miss. 

JAMES L. RAY, Engr., Kosciusko, Miss. 

JAMES P. RAY, Agr., Pontotoc, Miss. 



JOHN W. RAY, JR., Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 

GENE L. REED, Engr., Shaw, Miss. 

JACK G. REED, Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Memphis, Tenn. 

JACK M. REED, Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Starkville, Miss. 



ROBEBT E. REYNOLDS, Engr., Clarksdale, Miss. 

PAUL E. RICE, Engr., Liberty, Miss. 

WILLIAM M. RICH, Agr., Jackson, Miss. 

ARTHUR R. RILEY, Engr., Kappa Sigma, Brookhaven, Miss. 



ALVIN K. ROBERTS, Science, Brookhaven, Miss. 
BONALD E. ROBINSON, Engr., LCA, Vicksburg, Miss. 
BARNES H. ROMINE, Bus., Greenville, Miss. 
GREGORY L. ROOT, JR., Engr., Jackson, Miss. 



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HORACE G. ROSSON, Bus., SAE, Gulfport, Miss. 
LAWRENCE A. ROWE, Engr., SPE, Natchez, Miss. 
WALTER E. ROWE, Engr., Vicksburg, Miss. 
JAY M. RUSSELL, Agr., Monticello, Miss. 



ROBERT L. RUTLEDGE, Science, Sandersville, Miss. 

ROBERT L. SANDERS, Business, Macon, Miss. 

JOE O. SANFORD, Agr., Carthage, Miss. 

GEORGE M. SANSING, Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Stringer, Miss. 



FRANK H. SANTMYER, Engr., Kappa Alpha, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
LINAS J. SARTIN, Agr., Hattiesburg, Miss. 
CARL S. SCARBROUGH, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
WILLIAM C. SHARBROUGH, Agr., PKA, Holly Bluff, Miss. 



CHARLES E. SHEFFIELD, Engr., Calhoun City, Miss. 
THOMAS HAROLD SHERARD, Bus., Corinth, Miss. 
FRED L. SHUMAN, Science, Gulfport, Miss. 
LYMAN J. SIMMONS, Engr., Brookhaven, Miss. 



TPIOMAS R. SIMMONS, JR., Agr., Kappa Sigma, Rosedale, Miss. 

FAY J. SIMONTON, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 

MARY F. SIMPSON, Science, McCool, Miss. 

ROBERT N. SIMS, Bus., Pi Kappa Alpha, Hughes, Ark. 



WILLIAM G. SINGLETON, Bus., Forest, Miss. 
CAYCE D. SMITH, Science, Mantee, Miss. 
JACOB F. SMITH, Agr., Aberdeen, Miss. 
JAMES O. SMITH, Bus., MeComb, Miss. 



MARTHA E. SMITH, Ed., Houston, Miss. 
WILBURN S. SMITH, JR., Science, Starkville, Miss. 
WILLIAM B. SMITH, Engr., West Point, Miss. 
DAVID E. SPEYERER, Bus., Vicksburg, Miss. 



ALBERT H. SPINKS, Agr., Kappa Sigma, Rosedale, Miss. 
JAMES R. SPITCHLEY, Ed., Hazlehurst, Miss. 
DEWARD E. SPRABERRY, Engr., Bellefontaine, Miss. 
THOMAS E. STANFORD, Ed., Amory, Miss. 








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EARL W. STANTON, Engr., Clarksdale, Miss. 

ALBERT J. STENNETT, Science, Columbia, Miss. 

THOMAS G. STEPHENSON, Agr., Kappa Alpha, Columbus, Miss. 

MARCIE C. STEWART, Science, Zeta Tau Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. 



ROBERT H. STINE, Agr., ATO, Gautier, Miss. 
1SABELLE A. STOWERS, Science, ZTA, Natchez, Miss. 
KURTZ B. STOWERS, Science, SPE, Natchez, Miss. 
JAMES F. STREET, Engr., Ripley, Miss. 



WILLIAM B. STRICKLAND, Bus., Sigma Chi, Eden, Miss. 
WILLIAM W. SYKES, Engr., SPE, Jackson, Miss. 
THOMAS M. TADLOCK, Ed., Philadelphia, Miss. 
CLIFFORD A. TATE, JR., Agr., Stoneville, Miss. 



WILLIAM G. TAYLOR, Engr., Greenwood, Miss. 
EDWIN T. THOMAS, JR., Engr., Miami, Fla. 
SENT E. THOMAS, Agr., Batesville, Miss. 
ROY V. THOMPSON, Bus., Starkville, Miss. 



MARY N. TOMLINSON, Bus., Zeta Tau Alpha, Starkville, Miss. 
WILLIAM L. TONEY, II, Agr., Kappa Alpha, Belzoni, Miss. 
ROBERT E. TRAYLOR, Engr., Crystal Springs, Miss. 
SIDNEY G. TUCKER, Engr., Theta Kappa Phi, Vicksburg, Miss. 



WALTER E. TUCKER, JR., Agr., Greenwood, Miss. 
THOMAS A. TULLOS, Science, Raleigh, Miss. 
JIMMY E. TURNER, Agr., LCA, Oxford, Miss. 
JOHN H. TURNER, JR., Engr., Brandon, Miss. 



LINWOOD O. TURNER, Agr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Mobile, Ala. 
THEODORE H. TURNER, Engr., SAE, Greenwood, Miss. 
VICTOR TURNER, JR., Engr., McCool, Miss. 
BENJAMIN C. VANCE, Ed., Conehatta, Miss. 



STUART P. VANCE, Bus., SAE, Memphis, Tenn. 
GARNSEY WADE, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Memphis, Tenn. 
EDWARD O. WALKER, Engr., Waynesboro, Miss. 
JAMES A. WALKER, Engr., Troy, Miss. 



CHARLES L. WARNER, Engr., Pascagoula, Miss. 
SAMUEL W. WARREN, Bus., Yazoo City, Miss. 
CHARLES E. WARWICK, Science, Jackson, Miss. 
WILLIAM F. WATERS, Bus., Tupelo, Miss. 



AN CLASS 



HOMER W. WATKINS, Engr., Sigma Chi, Jackson, Miss. 
MARGARET WATKINS, Engr., Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. 
TARLEEN WEATHERFORD, Ed., Fulton, Miss. 
JAMES C. WEAVER, Ed., Houston, Miss. 



JAMES K. WERR, Agr., Monticello, Miss. 

LEE R. WELLS, JR., Engr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss. 
CLIFTON J. WENTWORTH, Agr., ATO, Winona, Miss. 
ALTON G. WESTRROOK, Bus., Jackson, Miss. 



HARLEY A. WESTBROOK, Bus., Columbus, Miss. 
FRED WHITFIELD, Bus., Picayune, Miss. 
IRA S. WHITMIRE, Engr., McCool, Miss. 
RILLY R. WILEMON, Science, Aberdeen, Miss. 



THOMAS L. WILEY, Engr., Hickory Flat, Miss. 
WILLIAM W. WILKINS, Agr., Adamsville, Tenn. 
WILLIAM O. WILLEY, Rus., Johnstown, Penn. 
HUGH C. WILLIAMS, Engr., Kappa Alpha, Meridian, Miss. 



LEE B. WILLIAMS, Science, Sunflower, Ala. 

LESLIE C. WILLIAMS, Ed., Little Rock, Miss. 

JASPER H. WILLIAMSON, JR., Science, SC, Greenwood, Miss. 

DONALD L. WILSON, Science, Leland, Miss. 



HATTIE M. WILSON, Ed., Starkville, Miss. 

JAMES R. WILSON, Agr., Alpha Tau Omega, Starkville, Miss. 

THOMAS W. WINGO, Engr., Columbus, Miss. 

GEORGE W. WINTERS, Engr., Theta Xi, Pascagoula, Miss. 



HANNS WITTJAN, Agr., Holly Springs, Miss. 
JACK H. WITTJAN, Agr., Holly Springs, Miss. 
JAMES L. WOMACK, JR., Engr., Ratesville, Miss. 
HOYT R. WOOD, Ed., Baldwyn, Miss. 



WILLIAM R. WOODRUFF, Science, Louisville, Miss. 

GUY E. WOODWARD, Rus., Long Reach, Miss. 

ROBLEY E. WOOTEN, Engr., Sigma Chi, West Point, Miss. 

JAMES R. WRIGHT, Engr., Alpha Tau Omega, Memphis, Tenn. 



THOMAS H. YEATMAN, JR., Science, Columbus, Miss. 

CARADINE W. YOUNG, Bus., West Point, Miss. 

EDNA YOUNG, Ed., Columbus, Miss. 

WM. A. YOUNGBLOOD, Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Glen Allen, Miss. 







Extra cui 

in important role to the students who 
participate in them. They are considered 
by many as much a part of an education 
as the class rooms. 

All Freshmen who enter State ore en 
couraged to participate in at least one 
activity. The President of the college has 
often discussed the importance of extra 
classroom work, but never foils to point 
out that studies should come first. He 
emphasizes that the "dog should wog the 
toil, ond not the tail wag the dog." 

The most outstanding of the activities 
are the publications. Though interrupted 
during the war years, the publications on 
the State campus have made constant 
improvement since thot time. 

The 49er, through the REVEILLE, is 
proud to present the activities at State 
College. 












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Front row, left to right: Bobby Daniels, James B. Grice, Thomas E. McGaha, Peyton Alexander, Marvin L. Ratcliff, James L. Wilson, and Bob 
Kochtitzky. Back row, left to right: James Leon Bates, Alva C. Garner, John C. Hazzard, James W. Bailey, David L. Dunaway, Herman L. "Veatman, 
William L. Richmond, James C. Cherry, Willie E. Phillips, Hushel L. Moss, Leo W. Seal, William H. Montgomery, Otis B. Wooley, and Gray W. 

Harrison. 



£L STUDENT EXECU 

OFFICERS 

PEYTON ALEXANDER President 

MARVIN L. RATCLIFF Vice-President 



The purpose of the Student Council is to serve as a liaison between the students and the faculty, and to promote 
a higher degree of school spirit here at State. 

This is the first year of operation under the revised constitution whereby the representatives are elected by schools. 
The Council is composed of the Executive Committee which is the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer 
elected annually by the entire Student Body. The other members are chosen from the various schools based on their 
enrollment. For each 300 students in a school a representative is allowed with one additional representative for each 
school, thus making a total of 19 members. This year the School of Business elected four members, School of Agri- 
culture elected three members, School of Engineering elected four members, School of Education two members, School 



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The Executive Committee 



President Alexander at Work 



Peyton Alexander President 

James L. Bates Engineering School 

James W. Bailey Science School 

James C. Cherry Engineering School 

°Bohby Daniels Editor of Reveille 

David L. Dunaway Education School 

Alva C. Garner Engineering School 

James B. Grice Science School 

Gray W. Harrison Agriculture School 

John C. Hazard Business School 

"Robert B. Kochtitzky Editor of Reflector 



Thomas E. McGaha Secretary 

William H. Montgomery Agriculture School 

Hushel L. Moss Agriculture School 

Willie E. Phillips Engineering School 

Marvin L. Ratcliff Vice-President 

William L. Richmond Business School 

Leo W. Seal Business School 

James L. Wilson Treasurer 

Otis B. Wooley Business School 

Herman L. Yeatman Education School 

**Ex-officio members. 



TIVE COUNCIL 



THOMAS E. McGAHA Secretary 

JAMES L. WILSON Treasurer 



of Science elected two members. The Editors-in-Chief of the two major campus publications, the Reflector and the 
Reveille, were ex-officio members of the Council but did not vote. 

Students at State work together through the Association to solve their common problems, and strengthen the ties 
that bind them to this insitution. This Student Council made progress that has never before been equaled. New sys- 
tems, new ideas put into operation, and in general, good student government was the prevailing object of the Coun- 
cil. Both students and administration cooperate with the Council in its every undertaking. Congratulations to the 
Student Council for a job well done. 



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Front row, left to right: Byron M. Moss, Howard Hamill, Yancey Adams, Marvin L. Ratcliff, Nan Carpenter, James Webster, Tommy 
Spain. Back row, left to right: John R. Hudson, Herbert T. Miller, Thomas D. Pantoliano, Thurman Mauldin, John McPherson, David 
Rice, John Southward, Chambliss Mizelle, James Cable, Robert Berry, Jim Grice, and Bobby Daniels. Left insert, Henry Flemming; 
right insert, Jack Miller. 



DANCE COMMITTEE 



The Dance Committee of the Student Association is responsible for the managing of all big dances on the State 
College campus. This organization, under the leadership of Marvin L. "Rat" Ratcliff, has sponsored the three Student 
Association dances during the school year, plus several concerts. 

They brought in big-name bands, including Sam Donahue, Woodie Herman, Spike Jones, and Jimmy Dorsey. 
Whether the dance was- a mammoth affair or just a small concert, the twenty-one members of the Dance Committee 
worked to make it a success. Hail to these students who have, so obviously, made our fine dances possible. 




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"Just a Thought," that familiar theme of the Collegians, is certainly music to the ears of all State College students. 
Red Terry took over the Collegians this year, and brought music for the weekly Greek dances during the second 
semester. "Kookie" Norwood, that cat on the piano, did a lot of the arranging and is the author of their theme. 
Miss Pat Walton, our own Miss Mississippi State, chirped with the band during the first semester and certainly added 
to the appearance of the group. During the year the Collegians put on several dances sponsored by James Petrillo. 
We wish that we could have this fine group of musicians with us always. . . "Just a Thought." 



Red Terry and "Body and Soul" Walton make a good front for the band. 




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The sax section is made up of Ed 
Maxcy, Baritone; Donald Cates, 
Fourth; Jimmy Nichols, Third; 
"Wickey" Sparks, Lead Sax; and Lor- 
raine Bourne, Tenor. The trombones 
were Jimmy Cooper, First; "Chuck" 
Borum, Second; and Charlie Waters, 
Third. Trumpet men were Charlie 
Bardsley, First; Hubert Prey, Second, 
and Frank Oaks, Third. "Bed" Terry, 
Kookie Norwood, J. B. Long, and H. 
C. Johnston furnished the rhythm on 
the Bass, Piano, Guitar, and Drums 
respectively. Miss Pat Walton was the 
vocalist. 



The Sax Section 






Pat and Boh 





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&ke 1949 REVE 



At the very first meeting of the 1949 Reveille Staff, it was mutually 
agreed that a job worth doing at all was worth doing right. All efforts were 
directed toward assembling an outstanding book, and at the same time, 
delivering a yearbook to the students before school closed. We hope that we 
have succeeded in accomplishing this. 

Bobby Daniels served as Editor; Pat Walton, Assistant Editor; Ruth 
Ogletree, Sue Morgan and Charlotte Moose made up the Fraternity Sec- 
tion; Nan Carpenter and Marcie Stewart assembled the Organizations; 
Johanne Smith worked up the Faculty and Administration section; Sam 
Simmons, Leo Seals, and Carl Long edited the Sports; Winton Cain, Albert 
Anders, and Ben Peeples fixed the Military section; the classes were done 
by Sylvia McCarty, Sarah Ratliff, Kathryn McKeithen, Maxine Cole, Lois 
Hegwood, Shirley McKay, Bruce Baine, Johnny Walker, Mary Jane Perry, 
Margaret Watkins, James Bedenbaugh, and Garnsey Wade. Bettye Howard, 
Anne Stowers, and Ada Jo Cain headed the Features department. The 
art work was done by Billy Barnett, and Stanley Coumbe took the pictures. 
We hope you appreciate their efforts and enjoy the results. 



The Features and Faculty Department 



Military, Sports and Art (?) 




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The Business Staff Poses 



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J. H. Stanton kept the Reveille "in the black." This re- 
quired expert super-salesmanship and a good eye for busi- 
ness. The Business Staff of the '49 Reveille distributed the 1 
'48 book, and completed their ad section early enough to 
meet all deadlines. 

J. H. had such capable assistants as Tom McGaha, Assist- 
ant Business Manager; Ida May Beer, Jimmy Bedwell, Em- 
mett Atwood, Perrin Harmon, Ransom Burford, and "Skee- 
ter" Weeks. 

These are the folks that sold the ads, collected the cash, 
and distributed your book. They are to be commended. 




/. H. Stanton, Business Manager 




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Another Backdrop by Barnett 



Fraternities and Organizations are well under control. 




Walker and Bainc, Playboys, Inc. 





Kochtitzky Without His Whip 

The men who were responsible for putting out the Reflector 
in 1948-49. Seated, left to right: Glenn Vail, managing editor; 
Bob Kochtitzky (wielding the Corona Corona), editor-in-chief. 

Standing, from left to right: Conwell Harris, sports editor 
for first semester; Dink Hataway, news editor; Cecil Chism, 
feature editor; and Jack Hazard, copy editor. 

No doubt they are whipping a hot editorial into existence. 




Future Walter Stewarts 

The sports page of the Reflector was edited each week 
largely through the efforts of the boys pictured above (from 
left to right): Carl Black, Jimmy Lacey. Conwell Harris, Billy 
Bay, and Bob Stine. The other important members of this 
team not pictured were Bob Harper, and Buddy McNeil. Har- 
ris was editor of the department until just before his gradua- 
tion at the end of the fall semester, when Lacey took over, 
with Harper as his assistant, for the remainder of the year. 
Bay was the department's expert on High School sports. 



Man/ Jane Perry 




Hataway and Friends 

Glancing over several exchange issues and the edition put 
out while the editor was in the hospital are Dink Hataway, 
center, news editor, and his staff. 

Jim Peeples (with the 800 women), Carl Long, Fred Nelms, 
James "Big Mama" Webster, who was assistant news editor the 
first semester; Carl Black, and Bill May discuss Hattaway and 
Kochtitzky's recent assault case. 

Long and Peeples were advanced to assistant editors for the 
spring semester. 



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Charlotte Moose 

and 
Sylvia McCarty 



Hazard's Error 

Jack Hazard, copy editor, and his troops talk about the 
errors in the last issue. Standing, left to right, are: Bob 
Wooten, Harold Nash, and Jim Peeples. 

Not pictured are Boy Biley, also exchange editor, James 
Bedenbaugh, and Hoss James. 





The Bosses 

The department heads discussing the good and bad points 
of the last paper, left to right: Jimmy Proctor, Business Man- 
ager; Walthall "Pete" Peters, Personnel (Frosh) Manager; 
Lee Robinson, Circulation (Mailing) Manager; Jack Miller, 
Advertising Manager. Not shown, O. B. Wooley, who served 
as Advertising Manager for the first semester; Jim Wells, who 
took "Pete's" place the second semester, and Sam Warren, who 
did the advertising layout. 



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Van Bristow 

and 
Billy Barnett 



Three to a door, boys 

The Frosh shown here are just a few of the ones who 
were pressed into service to deliver the papers in the dormito- 
ries. Shown counting papers are, left to right around the table: 
Andrew Baird, James Johnson, Richard Cox, Bill Dubard, Ken- 
neth Loflin, Ray Bass, Barron Gray, Tommy Horton, and 
Robert Ruthledge. 



Paper Boys 

These are the men who deliver the papers to the trailer 
and apartment areas every Tuesday night, and bring the 
papers to the office for dormitory and mail distribution. Left 
to right, Cayce Smith, Billy Barret, Jimmy Proctor, Business 
Manager, and Joe Moorehead. 




Matt 'Em Out 

Every Tuesday night Lee Robinson and his crew of fresh- 
men get the papers in the mail. Each paper has to be 
stamped with the address and sorted for the post office. Left 
to right: John Blount, Robert Eiland, Lee Robinson, Circula- 
tion Manager, and Joe Burch. Not shown, Hubert Ratliff and 
Bill Youngblood, who helped Lee during the year. 




Charles Alliston 





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EDITORIAL STAFF 

O. B. Wooley, Jr Editor-in-Chief 

Eunice Smith Managing Editor 

Harold Nash Feature Editor 

Bill May Joke Editor 

Johanne Smith Head Typist 

Tom Simmons Photographer 

Van Bristow Cartoonist 

Dave McWilliams Cartoonist 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Guy Green, Jr Business Manager 

Donald Morse . . . Assistant Business Manager 
Tootsie Moss , Advertising Manager 

James Bedenbaugh . . Assistant Advertising Mgr. 

Homer Mann Circulation Manager 

Gilbert Foreman . . Assistant Circulation Mgr. 

Pat Walton Office Manager 

Joe Moorhead . . . Assistant Office Manager 



O. B. Wooley, Editor-in-Chief 



Lett to right: Billy May, Carl Black, Johanne Smith, Dave McWilliams, Van Bristow, O. B. Wooley, Jr., Eunice Smith 



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A-SIP 



Except for two years during the war, The Mis-A-Sip 
has been published on the State campus since 1936. It 
has afforded humor and fiction to the State students. 

The editor has led his staff in presenting a monthly 
publication of jokes, cartoons, stories, and pictures in a 
setting eminently suited to college humor. Among the 
most popular of its features are the Coed parade, Sweet- 
heart parade, Hall of Fame, and Snoopers specialty. 

Were it not for the increased efforts of Guy Green 
and the business staff, the Mis-A-Sip would not have 
been able to maintain its high standard. The task of 
financing and delivering has been accomplished splen- 
didly. 

Although a privately owned publication, the Mis-A- 
Sip is an integral part of student life at Mississippi 
State. 




Guy Green, Business Manager 



Left to right: "Peanut" Robinson, Ben Yandell, Harold Nash, Guy Green, Sylvia McCarty, "Tootsie" Moss, Gilbert 
Foresman. 





Standing, left to right: Bob Kochtitzky, Peyton Alexander, Bobby Daniels. Seated: Dean Drennon, 
Ben Hilbun, N. F. Hamlin, Dean Brooks. 



BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS 



The Board of Publications, governing body of student publications, is com- 
posed of four faculty members, the President of the Student Association, and 
the editors of the Reflector and the Reveille. The group is ably headed by 
genial "Mr. Ben" Hilbun. 

The editorial policies of the publications are subject to the jurisdiction of the 
board, and the editors are responsible to it. 

Faculty members act in an advisory capacity to assist the student editors in 
solving the ever-present problems which arise in the course of the year. Their 
advice is based on knowledge and experience; it is responsible in a large measure 
for the excellence of the student publications. 



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U. S. ARMY and 



COLONEL RUSSELL 
P. S. M. & T. 

Mississippi State has long realized the im- 
portance of well-trained officers, and our Mili- 
tary Department has in no small degree helped 
to meet this need by each year graduating out- 
standing leaders by employing methods designed 
to fit men physically, mentally, and morally for 
the maintenance of peace as well as the pursuit 
of war. 



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COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

Col. Ralph W. Russell . . P.M.S.&T. 

Lt. Col. Harry L. Murray, Jr. 

Infantry 

Lt. Col. Roger C. Pryor . . Air Corps 

Major Albert H. Hutchinson, Jr. 

Air Corps 

Major Richard R*. Irving . . Infantry 

Captain William P. Adams, Jr. 

Air Corps 

Captain Richard F. Cox .... CAC 

Captain Henry P. Davis, Jr. 

Air Corps 

Captain Malcolm Hawkins . Infantry 

Captain Robert R. Taylor, Jr. . CAC 



Front row, left to right: Henderson, 

Jenkins, Martin, Pennylegion. Back 

row: Hayes, Burkes, Raymond. 



Front row, left to right: Lt. Col. Murray, Col. Russell, Lt. Col. 

Pryor. Back row: Captain Davis, Captain Hawkins, Captain 

Cox, Major Hutchinson, Major Irving, Captain Adams, Captain 

Taylor. 



NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 



Sgt. 1st Class Cleo H. Palmer 
Sgt. 1st Class Cecil L. Jenkins 
M/Sgt. Delbert L. Farrow 
F/Sgt. Harold W. George 
M/Sgt. Allison W. Jenkins 
M/Sgt. Harry G. Martin 
M/Sgt. Robert G. Henderson 



M/Sgt. Edward D. Pennylegion 

Sgt. 1st Class Norman B. Mck- 
kelson 

Sgt. 1st Class Melvin L. Ray- 
mond 

S/Sgt. Doris W. Burkes 

Sgt. Charlie Hayes 

Cpl. J. T. Butler 

lVt. Dan E. Yerby 




CADET OFFICERS 



REGIMENTAL STAFF 

Col. William E. Batty Regimental Commander 

Col. Jean Harris Regimental Sponsor 

Lt. Col. Eugene E. Johnson Regimental Executive 

Major William F. Porter Regimental S-3 

Major Herman L. Yeatman Regimental Adjutant 





Regimental Staff 



FIRST BATTALION 
Lt. Col. Doc L. Triggs .... Bn. Commander 

Lt. Col. Patricia Walton Bn. Sponsor 

Major Guy R. Green, Jr. . . . Bn. Executive 
Captain Malcolm M. Randolph . . . Bn. S-3 
Captain Chambliss Mizlle . . . Bn. Adjutant 



SECOND BATTALION 
Lt. Col. James A. Mott .... Bn. Commander 

Lt. Col. Joyce Elder Bn. Sponsor 

Major Robert Lancaster .... Bn. Executive 

Captain T. K. Loudin Bn. S-3 

Captain James H. Sylvester . . . Bn. Adjutant 



THIRD BATTALION 
Lt. Col. Lester M. Adams . . . Bn. Commander 

Lt. Col. Kay Harris Bn. Sponsor 

Captain J. W. Pou Bn. Executive 

Captain W. H. Morgan Bn. S-3 

Captain J. L. Brown, Jr Bn Adjutant 



"Tenshuri 



"At Ease' 




"Stack Anns" 



"Column Right, March" 




Military Maids 



"Fall In 



TUESDAY 



Gimme your last four numbers. 



Military men of tomorrow. 




Wheels 



Cadet Officers Drill 



The Color 




'Forward March 



'Left, Right, Left" 




"Company, Halt" 



The Military Band 



AFTERNOON 



Pass in Review 







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CAN YOU FLY 



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RIFLE TEA 



OFFICERS 

Hubert Pearson Captain 

Captain Malcolm Hawkins Coach 

Sergeant Norman B. Mekkelsen .... Assistant Coach 
Guv Brice Braden Assistant Coach 



Jim Evans 
Jesse Joy 
Boh Stine 
Eugene Weidel 
Byron Young 
Henry Harvey 
Hubert Pearson 
John Hill 



MEMBERS 

James Manselle 
Winford Guin 
Bill Davenport 
William II. Bethune 
Sydney Branch 
John Muse 
U. T. Amnion 
Eddie Smith 



The 194S-49 Rifle Team has been one of the most successful at State within recent years. Coached by Captain Haw- 
kins, the team has exhibited a will to win in all of its matches. Davidson College forfeited the first match to us. On 
October 30 we outshot Tulane in a shoulder to shoulder match. After winning two postal matches, we fell before the 
onslaught of Georgia Tech at Atlanta. 

To date the team has lost only three out of eleven matches, and has some twenty to go. Two of these will be oft the 
campus— at Alabama and Ole Miss. 

The team is a member of the National Rifle Association. Experts of the team are Pearson, Weidel, Amnion, Daven- 
port, Branch, Evans and Smith. 

Front row, left to right: Sgt. Mekkelson, Jim Evans, Jesse Joy, Bob Stine, Eugene Weidel, Byron Young, Henry Harvey, Captain Hawkins. 
Back row, left to right: Hubert Pearson, John Hill, James Manselle, Winford Guin, Bill Davenport, William H. Bethune, Sydney Branch, 
John Muse, Brice Braden. 














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post this section of the 
REVEILLE has been dedicated to the 
beauties and favorites, this yeor Who's 
Who at State, and Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities has been incorporated into the 
Feature Section. 

It has been a tradition to select favor- 
ites from Mississippi State College for 
Women, but due to the present drive to 
encourage a larger Coed enrollment at 
State, it wos felt that this tradition 
should be broken, and only the REV- 
EILLE Favorites should be included. 

The 49er leads out the two coed mem- 
bers of the State Dance Committee to 
introduce you to the Features Section. 





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BEAUTY SELECTION 

Varied methods have been tried in annuals all over the country 
for the selection of the campus beauties. They range from hiring 
an "expert" to selection by the editor, but the problem always 
remains of awarding this honor to the most eligible. 

This year the beauties were chosen by a committee picked from 
the school. The committee, composed of conscientious students, 
deliberated for a long time before selecting the beauties that 
follow. 

It is sincerely hoped that your choice agrees with theirs. 

The '49er takes pleasure in presenting the 1949 Beauties of 
Mississippi State. 





JEAN HARRIS, Most Beautiful 




eauty 



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PAT WALTON, Miss Mississippi State 





CATHERINE McDONNELL 



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ANNE LUCKETT 








YANCEY ADAMS 



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JOYCE ELDER 





MAXINE COLE 



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MRS. JOSEPHINE COLLIER 






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ADA JO CAIN 





IDA MAY BEER 




FAVORITES 



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HILDA EVERITT 




STATE'S 



B. B. HABTNESS 




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BETTYE HOWARD 




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MARCIE STEWART 




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JOHANNE SMITH 







ANNE STOWERS 



WHO'S WHO at STATE 



Who's Who at Mississippi State College is an annual affair, 
sponsored by the Reveille. All students eagerly await this elec- 
tion and its results. 

It is the purpose to elect the most outstanding personalities on 
the campus, and though many different systems have been tried 
to secure nominations, we think that this year we have used the 
fairest and most democratic way possible. 

A nominating committee composed of representatives from the 
various schools made the nominations. A greater number of stu- 
dents were nominated for each position on the ballot than ever 
have been before. This, theoretically, gave a better coverage of 
the campus. 

The Reveille staff, with the assistance of the Colonel's Club, 
conducted the election and counted the votes, and it is with 
pleasure that we present in the following pages Who's Who at 
Mississippi State College. 



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WHO'S 




MISS PAT WALTON 

Miss Mississippi State 

and 

Friendliest Girl 




NAN CARPENTER 
Best Dressed Girl 




TOM McGAHA 

Most Handsome Boy 




KAY HARRIS 

Best Girl Dancer 



WHO'S 





"PAPPY" LAWRENCE 

Most Popular Professor 



VERNON HULL 

Most Typical Frosh 



WILLIE PHILLIPS 

Most Intellectual 



WHO 




wmoiw 




Peyton Alexander 



J. W. Chatham 



Jim Grice 




D. M. Bader 



Leon Bates 



Billy Bnrdine 




Bobhy Daniels 



Harper Davis 



Dave Dunaway 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS in 



Jack Hazzard 



Jamie Houston 



Lewis P. Jenkins 








Bob Kotchtitzky 



Hilton Ladner 



George D. Lyon 



Tom McGaha 





Leonard A. Mobley 



William M. Moss 



Willie Phillips 



Walter K. Porter 



AMERICAN COLLEG ES and UNIVERSITIES 

Bill Bichmond Clinton E. Wallace Jim Wilson Otis B. Wooley 





interruption of this pub- 
lication during the war years, it was 
customary to present the sports from 
the second semester of the preceding 
year, and the first semester sports of the 
current year. Since the aforementioned 
interruption, the REVEILLE has not gone 
to press until the completion of the sec- 
ond semester sports of the current year. 

In an effort to deliver this book prior 
to the closing of school, we have been 
forced back on the pre-war schedule of 
presenting second semester sports of the 
preceding year. It was therefore neces- 
sary to repeat the basketball, baseball, 
track, and tennis records of 1948. It is 
sincerely hoped that this precedent will 
stand in years to come. 

The 49cr via the REVEILLE presents 
the Athletics at Mississippi State Col- 
lege. 




Coach C. R. "Duchf Noble 



DIRECTOR of ATHLETICS 



COACH NOBLE 



Mississippi State's Director of Athletics, Coach C. R. "Dudy" Noble, is the most notable character in Mississippi 
State athletic history. While an undergraduate here at State, Coach "Dudy" became the first Maroon to letter in 
four major sports. 

Upon graduation, Coach "Dudy" served as coach at several different Southern colleges, where he became greatly 
experienced in the different phases of athletics. 

As coach of the Maroon baseball team, he turned out many outstanding nines. Besides his duties as coach, he has 
served greatly in the capacity of Director of Athletics here at State. He managed to secure the best football schedule 
in the history of State for our Maroon team. 

As a great coach, an outstanding personality, and capable Director of Athletics, we can truly say that Coach C. R. 
Noble is tops in these respective fields. 



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Head Coach Allyn McKeen 



Head Coach Allyn McKeen and his staff 
faced a rough schedule against many outstand- 
ing football teams this ye^\r, emerging with four 
wins, one tie, and four losses. Coach McKeen, in 
his nine years of directing the Mississippi State 
Football team, has proved himself as one of the 
greater coaches in the Southeastern Conference, 
and has made an outstanding record while at 
State. 

He was surrounded by many capable assist- 
ants this year, including: Marcus Mapp, Back- 
field Coach; Dewitt Weaver, Line Coach; Bill 
Hildebrand, End Coach; and Hickman Ewing, 
Freshman Coach. He was also greatly assisted 
by "Doc" Wendler as Trainer and Bob Hartley 
as Publicity Director. 



3k e COACHES 




Bob Hartley 

Publicity Director 



'Doc" Wendler 
Trainer 



Marcus Mapp, Backfield 



Dewitt Weaver, Line 



Bill Hildebrand, End 



Hickman Ewing, Freshman 






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Captain Bob Patterson 



Alternate Captain Harper Davis 



3ke CAPTAINS and 



This year the Maroons were led by the superb leadership of Captain Bob Patterson and Harper Davis. Both playing 
their last year of ball at State, they really displayed that courageous sportsmanship spirit in every game. 



Bob hails from Okolona and. started his football in '42 on the Freshman team. He returned in 1946 after 
in the paratroopers for three and one-half years to turn in a fine football record for himself here at State. Upon 
tion Bob plans to make a career of the Dairying Industry. 

Harper comes from Clarksdale and this year was selected 
to play in the Blue-Gray game, a great honor for any foot- 
ball player. Harper was also selected to All-Southeastern 
in 1945 and has gained considerable recognition as being 
one of the fastest backs in the conference. His services 
will be greatly missed in the '49 lineup. 



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gradua- 



'Go get 'em Bully" 




Many people underestimate the duties of the 
managers, but win, loose, or draw, they are 
always handy to render their services. To the 
managers of '48, I think we can say a job well 
done. 




'Dub" Water, Head Manager 




ANAGERS 



• • • 

Managers Mosletj, Bodron, Moffatt, Colthorp and Warner. 





Truitt Smith, Blocking Back 



Jim Stuart, Blocking Back 



Shorty McWilKams, Left Halfback 
Charles Crumbley, Fullback 



MAROONS TAKE OPENER 
AT KNOXVILLE 



The Mississippi State Maroons defeated a fighting but outclassed University of 
Tennessee team 21-6 in the first game of the season. 

Then Tennessee Vols drew first blood when the Bulldogs were penalized after 
holding the Vols on the State 8-yard line. This penalty set up the first and only 
Tennessee score. Thereafter, the Maroons rose up and governed the gridiron 
until the final whistle sounded. Alexander, Smith, and Davis scored the touch- 
downs with the help of every other Bulldog on the field. "Shorty" McWilliams 
brilliantly quarterbacked the game for State, and his passing, punting, and run- 
ning were outstanding. Harper Davis and Truitt Smith were outstanding also 
in their respective positions. Crosby Simmons, although a Sophomore, played 
a bang-up game at the right halfback position in his first varsity appearance. 
The Maroon forward wall held up greatly, and each member of the line played 
a great game. Max Stainbrook placed all three conversions between the uprights 
for the extra points. 

"Intercept that pass, Charlie!" 



STATISTICS: 



First Downs . . 
Yards Bushing . 
Net Yards Passing 



State Tennessee 
17 6 

135 53 

125 74 





STATISTICS: 

State Baylor 

First Downs . . 6 II 

Yards Rushing . 15 89 

Net Yds Passing 118 76 






"Herring comes in from behind." 



Don Robinson, Left Halfback 
Jim Bailey, Fullback 



BAYLOR LOCKS STATE 
IN 7-7 DEADFALL 



A Mississippi State football team, with the taste of victory fresh on the 
lips from the previous week-end clash with Tennessee, were fought to a 7-7 
tie by the Baylor Bears from Waco, Texas. 

The Maroons scored their seven points in the first half when Art Tait 
blocked a Baylor punt and his fellow end, Murray Alexander, took the ball 
and ran across the goal line unmolested. The Bulldogs had some trying 
moments when the Baylor Bears threatened on the State 2-yard line just 
before the first half ended, but the strong Maroon line held and the Mis- 
sissippi boys merged to the locker room with a 7-0 lead. The Baylor Bears 
scored early in the second half, tying the ball game into a 7-7 deadlock. 
From then on in it was nip and tuck, with neither team quite able to cross 
the goal line again. McWilliams, Davis, Robinson, Bailey, and Smith were 
outstanding in the backfield, with Papa particularly good in the line. Stain- 
brook kicked the extra point. 



James Pittman, Fullback 



Crosby Simmons, Wingback 









'Dreyspring snags one.' 



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CLEMSON HANDS BULLDOGS DEFEAT 

The hustling Clemson Tigers astounded themselves and everyone else by 
soundly thumping the favored Bulldogs of Mississippi State 21-7, before a 
stunned crowd of 11,000 at Scott Field. 

The only State talley came in the second period on a pass from McWilliams 
to Truitt Smith, just after Carl Scheider, a Sophomore, set up the score by a 
beautiful 52-yard runback of a Clemson kickoff. The Maroons were definitely 
outclassed from the beginning whistle to the end. However, State was without 
the services of Harper Davis and Captain Bob Patterson, who were both injured. 
McWilliams was not up to par, apparently because of an ailing leg muscle. 



STATISTICS: 

State Clemson 
First Downs .... 8 6 

Yards Passing ... 69 116 

Net Yards Rushing . 102 108 





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'Rough him up, Murray.' 



Murray Alexander, End 



Max Stainbrook, Left Halfback Doug Colston, Left Halfback 



Carl Scheider, Left Halfback 



Pinky O'Connor, Blocking Back 






"Maroons head off Auburn back.' 



'Simmons gets good blocking. 




STATE TROUNCES CINCINNATI 

The Mississippi State Bulldogs defeated a fighting Cincinnati team 27-0 in a 
second half football game at Scott Field. 

The first half was only a battle of the toes in which the air was filled with 
punts. The first Maroon score came in the third quarter on a 14-yard run by 
Crosby Simmons. The next two TDs were sparked by Doug Colston, who was 
assisted by Robinson, Pittman, and Crocker. These all came in the last period. 
The fourth and final score came when Carl Scheider intercepted a Bearcat pass 
and ran 23 yards, behind perfect blocking, across the goal line. Max Stainbrook 
kicked three out of four of the extra points. 



STATISTICS: 



Arthur Tait, End 



First Downs . . . 
Yards Passing . . . 
Net Yards Rushing . 



State Cincinnati 

14 3 

99 48 

215 40 



Jack Crocker, Wingback 



Froggy Moore, Wingback 



Rudy Daly, Fullback 



Jack Stanley, Fullback 








Gay Herring, Tackle 



Jim Champion, Tackle 



Leo Seal, Tackle 



"Robinson around end." 




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'Did you get away. Shorty?' 



ALABAMA EDGES MAROONS 10-7 



The Mississippi State Bulldogs were handed their first S.E.C. defeat of 10-7 
by the Crimson Tide of Alabama. The underrated but determined Tide out- 
classed the hard-fighting Maroons in a disappointing game to all State fans. 

The "Red Elephants" from Tuscaloosa completely dominated play in the first 
half by scoring a touchdown and field goal and by holding the Maroons to a 
gain of 25 yards on the ground and 2 yards via the air route. However, State 
roared back in the second period to score one time and to rush the ball 114 
yards and pass 101 yards. The Maroons scored on a pass from McWilliams to 
Ken Davis, who put on a display of brilliant broken field running for 30 yards 
after taking in the aerial. Max "Old Reliable" Stainbrook kicked the etxra point. 

STATISTICS: 

State Alabama 

First Downs 11 13 

Yards Passing 103 39 

Net Yards Rushing .... 139 145 



Fred Dreyspring, End 



Boh Gorke, End 



Jim Bledsoe, End 



Ken Davis, End 




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George Cartwright, Tackle 



Red Williams, Guard 



Ed Campbell, Tackle 




STATE BOWS TO TULANE 9-0 



Tulane's Green Wave capitalized on a blocked kick and a pass interception to 
defeat a fighting Maroon team 9-0 at the Sugar Bowl Stadium in New Orleans. 
State fought hard, played well, and lost to a fine Tulane team that presented a 
well co-ordinated and diversified attack. 

Tulane's first score was a safety made in the second quarter when McWilliams' 
quick kick was blocked on State's 20 and recovered in the end zone by Tulane. 
The second score came early in the fourth period when Tulane intercepted a 
State pass and scored in six plays. The entire Bulldog team played an excellent 
game but the breaks went the wrong way. 



STATISTICS: 

State Tulane 

First Downs 9 15 

Yards Rushing 103 210 

Net Yards Passing 48 99 



"Colston picks up yardage. 



Raymond Rhodes, Tackle 



Sam Burks, Tackle 



Pete Walker, Guard 




Country" Vaughn, Tackle 





Bulley eyes Baylor mascot 



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Vic Papa, Guard 




'Salty" Johnson, Guard 



Byron Gough, Guard 




MAROONS DEFEAT AUBURN 



The Mississippi State Maroons batted the Auburn Plainsmen into the mud 
of Legion Field at Birmingham to the tune of 20-0. 

State struck early in the first quarter with the magic combination of McWil- 
liams and Davis clicking for the first TD. Not until the last quarter did State 
score again with Harper Davis setting up the second talley and driving Jim 
Baily carrying the pigskin into pay dirt. It was in the last few seconds of the 
game that Colston set up the final score by a 32-yard pass to Simmons. McWil- 
liams plunged the remaining 4 yards over the goal line as the time ran out. 
Stainbrook converted for two out of three of the extra points. Crumbly, Scheider. 
Taylor, Daly, and Pittman were other standouts in the game. 



STATISTICS: 

State Auburn 

First Downs 11 15 

Yards Rushing 83 104 

Net Yards Passing 96 64 



Captain Bob Patterson at Pep Rally. 



Thai fatal field goal for the Tide. 



T. Smith advances against Auburn. 





Pete Ray, Center 



BATTLING MAROONS 

SQUEEZE BY 

L. S. U. 7-0 

The State Maroons racked up seven previous points and made 
seven desperate goal line stands in Baton Rouge to squeeze by a 
fighting L.S.U. team, 7-0. 

It was fleet Harper Davis who, early in the second quarter, 
intercepted a Bengal pass and, behind a host of blockers, raced 
down the sidelines to pay dirt. This was the only score made by 
either team during the game. The magnificent goal-line stands 
made by the hard-fighting Maroon line were the only things that 
saved the Bulldogs from defeat. The complete forward wall 
played a great defensive game. McWilliams and Davis starred 
in the backfield. Max Stainbrook, in his usual form, kicked the 
extra point. 

STATISTICS: 

State L. S. U. 

First Downs 11 19 

Yards Rushing 138 257 

Net Yards Passing 18 102 



'No gain for 'Bama." 



Rex Bullock, Centc 



Jerry Taylor, Center 











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'Shorty cuts sharply." 






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"He dropped it.' 



"Just in time.' 



"Harper in the clear.' 








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'Maroons take field.' 



STATE HANDED DEFEAT 
BY OLE MISS 



The Ole Miss Rebels proved themselves champions over the Mississippi State Maroons as they 
smashed out a 34-7 victory over the Bulldogs. 

The only Maroon talley came in the last period on a pass from Harper Davis to Crosby Simmons. Mc- 
Williams, Ken Davis, Truitt Smith, and Jimmy Pittman all had a hand in setting up this score. Stain- 
brook kicked the extra point. The Rebels used every method of making talleys from driving over to 
interception of passes. It was Ole Miss all the way. But we are still looking forward to 1949 and the 
rival game between State and Ole Miss on Scott Field here at State. 



STATISTICS: 



State Ole Miss 



First Downs . . . 
Yards Rushing . . 
Net Yards Passing 



11 

88 
100 



20 

293 

93 



'First TD for Ole Miss.' 



"Heading for Pay-dirt. 



"Situation well in hand.' 





Coach Gregory 



BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

State 51— Vanderbilt .... 45-Here 

State 49-Auburn 35-There 

State 47-Florida 53-Tbere 

State 48-Vanderbilt .... 48-There 

State 57— Tennessee .... 64— There 

State 43-L.P.1 53-Here 

State 32— Alabama 31— Here 

State 53-L.S.U 49-Here 

State 46— Tennessee .... 47— Here 

State 43-Ole Miss 42-Here 

State 45-Ole Miss 42-Here 

State 40-L.S.U 65-There 

State 47-Tulane 70-There 

State 47-Alabama 55— There 

State 37-Ole Miss 59-There 

State 49-Ole Miss 63-There 



ON THE HARDWOOD 



Under Coach Paul Gregory, the 1948 Mississippi State Maroons of the hard- 
wood completed the season with a total of 6 wins and 12 losses. This was Coach 
Gregory's first year at State, and we are looking forward to the good basketball 
teams that we know he is capable of putting out. 




Mac Peevey, Guard 



Jim Ray, Forward 



Captain Red Nicholson, Guard 



Willard Dalev, Center 



Alton Watts, Forward 




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"Ray hits a short one." 




Lefty Brandon, Pitcher 




Floyd Johnson, Pitcher 



Joe Sheppard, Pitcher 




SOUTHEASTERN 



The Mississippi State Maroon baseball team, under the 
coaching of Doc Patty, emerged from the 1948 baseball 
season as the champions of the Southeastern Conference. 

After completing the regular schedule with 14 wins and 
6 losses, the Maroons became champion of the Western 
Division of the Southeastern Conference. Then, after a 
close three out of five playoff with Auburn, the Eastern 
Champions, the Maroons came out on top as champions of 
the conference. 

The 1948 baseball team deserves much credit for their 
fine record in the 1948 season, and we can truthfully say 
that it was one of the greatest nines ever to j)lay under the 
Maroon and White colors. 





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"Alex Grammas scores. 



Billy Johnson, Pitcher 



Ed Self, Catcher 




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Pete and Alex Grammas 
Slwrt Stop, Third Base 

Lee Watts 
Center Field 

Jimmy Bragan, Second Base 







Red Blomley, Utility 



Sonny Schneider, Right Field 



Gilbert Foresman, Manager 








Jones and Davis, 100-Yard Dash 



TRACK 



State's Thinclads, under Coach E. D. 
Guy, had a very heavy schedule, par- 
ticipating in dual meets with Florida, 
Auburn, Alabama, Howard and Ole Miss, 
and in addition performing in the Flor- 
ida relays, Birmingham relays, and the 
SEC meet. 



Due to inadequate track facilities 

caused by enlargement of the stadium, 

no meets were held on the campus. 

The team was composed of such performers as James Conn, Buckey Walters, J. E. Wilson, "Chuck" Mizelle, Dub 

Garrett, Jack Haley, Harper Davis, John Broome, Don Speed, Billy Jackson, Gene Whittington, James Brock, Jesse 

Doyle, Mac Peevey, Gordon Jones, D. B. Branch, and others. 

State's crack mile relay team composed of Wilson, Conn, Walters, and Whittington was unbeaten in dual competi- 
tion, won the event at the Birmingham Belays and placed second in the SEC meet. 



Haley and Speed, Low and High Hurdles 





TENNIS 
at STATE 



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"Weeks swats one." 



'Smith on the serve. 



Under the direction of Coach Marcus Mapp, a tennis team of six members was developed here at State College in 
1948. The 1948 tennis team, under the direction of Captain Clay Moss, won 7 out of 9 matches. 

The team won two matches against Memphis State, two matches against Ole Miss, two matches against Millsaps, 
and one match against Birmingham Southern, losing one match to University of Florida, and one match to Louisi- 
ana State University. 

We commend the 1948 tennis team for an excellent record and a job well done. 



Bottom row, left to right: Neely, Weeks, and Smith. Standing, left to right: Miller, Jones, 

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Under the capable direction of Henry E. Wamsley, 
the Maroon Band added great color to the gridiron 
battles of the Mississippi State Maroons. 

Besides the added features of three beautiful 
majorettes, the band received much praise for its 
many excellent arrangments of popular music, which 
were played at our football games and pep rallies. 



The Maroon cheering section was led by a group of 
five cheerleaders, which was headed by Skeeter 
Weeks. These Cheerleaders presided over our Pep Bai- 
lies and the student section at the football games. 
Even when defeat was near, they made an effort to 
boost the spirit of the team. Surely they should be 
given credit for a job well done. 



The Cheerleaders, from left to right: Sonny Hendricks, Yancey 

Adams, Skeeter Weeks, Catherine McDonnell, and Emmett 

Atwood. 



'B. B. steps high." 



'Come on, Fall, yeyull.' 




dke "M" CLUB 



OFFICERS 

HARPER DAVIS President 

KENNETH DAVIS . Secretary and Treasurer 
JAMES PITTMAN . . . Sergeant-at-Arms 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Coach Allyn McKeen 

Coach Bill Hilderbrand 

Coach Hick Ewing 



The "M" Club is composed of men who have 
lettered in the four major sports. . . . Football, 
Basketball, Baseball, and Track. The purpose 
of this organization is to promote better ath- 
letic teams at Mississippi State and to pro- 
mote good sportsmanship among these teams. 

A highlight on the campus is the annual "M" 
Club Day and the annual "M" Club fall dance. 



MEMBERS 



Murray Alexander 
James Baily 
Rex Benson 
Jack Berry 
Hays Biggs 
M. C. Billingsley 
Clarence Black 
Jim Bledsoe 
Red Blomely 
Jimmy Bragen 
Lefty Brandon 
D. R. Branch 
J. N. Brock 
John Broome 
Rex Bullock 
Sam Burks 
Tom Burress 
George Cartwright 
Jim Champion 
James Conn 
Doug Coulston 
Moss Cowart 
Charles Crumbly 
Jack Crocker 
Willard Daley 
Rudy Daly 
Harper Davis 
Kenneth Davis 
W. O. Davis 
Fred Dreyspring 
David Dunaway 



Bob Gorke 
Byron Gough 
Gay Herring 
Bill lackson 
M. L. Jackson 
Bob Jeffery 
Billy Johnson 
Floyd Johnson 
Salty Johnson 
Gordon Jones 
Eagle Matulich 
George May field 
Shorty McWilliams 
Chuck Mizell 
Froggy Moore 
Jim Nicholson 
C. F. O'Connor 
Vic Papa 
Jay Parks 
Bob Patterson 
Mac Peevey 
James Pittman 
Pete Ray 
Raymond Rhodes 
Don Robinson 
Sonny Schneider 
Carl Scheider 
Leo Seal 
Ed Self 
Joe Sheppard 
Crosby Simmons 




Alexander, Bailey, Berry, Bledsoe, Blomley, Bragen, Brandon, Brock, Broome, Bullock, 
Burress, Cartwright, Champion, Conn, Cowart, Daly, H. Davis, K. Davis, W. Davis, 
Dunnaway, Gorke, Jeffreys, S. Johnson, B. Johnson, Matulich, McWilliams, Mizell, Moore, 
O'Connor, Papa, Patterson, Peevey, Pittman, Ray, Robinson, Schneider, Seal, Self, 
Smith, Speed, Stainbrook, Stuart, Tait, Watts, B. Williams, R. Williams. 



Truitt Smith 
Don Speed 
Jack Stanley 
Max Stainbrook 



Jim Stuart 
Arthur Tait 
Jerry Taylor 
Frank Trebble 



Oliver Vaughn 
Pete Walker 
Lee Watts 
Ray Watters 



Gene Whittingtori 
Bob Williams 
Red Williams 





The Organizations Section has been 
divided into two subdivisions calling at- 
tention to Socol Fraternities, and those 
organizations honoring students for 
their service to the school. 

The leaders of tomorrow will be found 
in this section because these clubs, 
societies, fellowships, and fraternities 
furnish valuable experience in the de- 
velopment of character and leadership. 

As Mr. Enoch Benson, of Balfour, 
shows to the '49er the symbols of group 
activities, we present to you the Organ 
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OFFICERS 

DAVIS LYON President 

LEE THOMPSON Vice-President 

HENRY F. AUTER Secretary and Treasurer 



The Mississippi State Liter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil is composed of fourteen chapters of national 
fraternities; twelve active, one inactive, and one 
petitioning for membership. 



The purpose of the IFC is to correlate activ- 
ities of the individual chapters and to obtain 
solutions to common problems through joint 
action for advancement of the chapters. 



Reasley Anderson 2AE 
Henry F. Auter AXA 
Lilly Barnett *KT 
Bobby Brown K2 
George Downing AXA 
Henry Flemming 2<E>E 
J. F. Galbreath ©E 
John Hudson ATO 



MEMBERS 

Roy J. Keel SIT 
Hilton Ladner 4>KT 
B. T. Lusk SAE 
Davis Lyon ATO 
Charlie Mars IIKA 
Tom E. McGaha S*E 
Ellis McNeel KS 
John McPherson SX 



Herbert Miller IIKA 
W. H. Montgomery KA 
Tommy Pantoliano <f>K© 
Bob Perkins KA 
George Rodriguez <J?K© 
Henry Thomason SX 
Lee Thompson 211 
Leon Young ©H 




Active — 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Kappa Alpha 
Kappa Sigma 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Phi Kappa Theta 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Pi 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Theta Xi 

Inactive — 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Petitioning — 

Delta Sigma Phi 



NITY COUNCIL 



Anderson, Auter, Barnett, Brown, Downing, Flemming, Galbreath, Hudson, Keel, Ladner, Lusk, Lyon, Mars, McGaha, McNeel, 
McPherson, Miller, Montgomery, Pantoliano, Perkins, Rodriguez, Thomason, Thompson, Young. 




Alpha Tau Omega 



OFFICERS 

JOHN R. HUDSON President 

WINTON B. CAIN Vice-President 

JAMES A. COOK Secretary 

MARVIN L. RATCLIFF, JR. Treasurer 

CLYDE T. McGEE Historian 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. John Bettersworth Hunter Eubanks, Jr. Ned H. Phillips 

B. P. Brooks Harold Flinch Harry Simrall 

C. B. Burgoyne M. G. Gray Frank Watson 
E. B. Colmer E. A. Kimbrough D. T. Weaver 

J. E. Emerson L. L. Patterson Dr. Harold W. Wendler 




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Founded: Richmond, Virginia; September 11, 1865 

Established: April 17, 1937 

Colors: Blue and Gold 

Flower: White Tea Rose 



Richard D. Avara 
Thomas J. Barnes 
Bobbie H. Bassett 
Raymond H. Bennett 
Marshall O. Bcydstun 
Knollis E. Byrd 
Winton B. Cain 
Jesse L. Canon, Jr. 
Joseph VV. Cockerhan 
James A. Ccok 
Walter E. Cope, Jr. 
Thomas E. Dickerson 
Edward G. Dunning 
Robert F. Ehrhardt 



Allen F. Estes, Jr. 
Thomas C. Ewing 
Robert E. Fortenberry 
James E. Furr, Jr. 
Frederick Z. Jackson 
Raymond J. Jackson 
Louis A. King 
John C. Langstcn 
George D. Lyon 
Herman D. McDonald, 
Robert L. McElroy 
Clyde T. McGee 
Robert N. McCarthy 
Thomas A. Mauldin 



MEMBERS 

Howard L. Miskelly 
Paul S. Morgan 
Wayne N. Morgan 
Charles E. Newman, Jr. 
William B. Noble 
Henry P. Noland 
John C. Page, Jr. 
Larry E. Godard 
Douglas S. Goff 
Jr. James P. Hall 

John E. Hall, Jr. 
Gray W. Harrison, Jr. 
Charles D. Havens 
Clinton G. Herring 



James D. Hudson 
John R. Hudson 
Joseph F. Idiaquez, Jr. 
Eugene L. Platte 
Marvin L. Rateliff, Jr. 
Robert L. Shuler 
John C. Sides, Jr. 
John D. Sistrunk 
Rayburn E. Smith, Jr. 
Joe A. Sutherland 
William G. Talbert 
Lee A. Watts 
Evans R. Winter 




Max E. Benoist 
Charles M. Billingsley 
James A. Bledsoe 
Zolen W. Burney 
William VV. Canon 
Ernest Crawford, Jr. 
Byron T. Dunn 
Claiborne F. Floyd 
Jeff B. Fulmer, Jr. 
Guy B. Green, Jr. 



PLEDGES 

John VV. Head 
Thomas C. Hamner, 
Vernon F. Hinson 
Celwyn E. Hopkins 
Andrew J. Lampkin, 
John R. Lawshe 
William C. Loden, Jr 
Carl McQuinn 
William W. Martin 
Thomas H. Nelson 



William T. Pannell, Jr. 
Jr. Jack P. Parker 

James D. Putnam 

Robert H. Stine, Jr. 
Jr. Garnsey Wade 

Leonard B. Wamnes, Jr. 

Cloyd W. Welch 

James R. Wilson 

Clifton J. Wentworth 

James R. Wright 



Epsilon Epsilon Chapter 




Avera 

Barnes 

Bassett 

Bennett 

Bovdstun 

Byrd 

Cain 

Canon 

Cockerhan 
Cook 
Cope 
Dickerson 

Dunning 
Ehrhardt 
Es'tes 
Ewing 

Fortenberry 
Furr 
Godard 
Goff 

Hall, J. P. 
Hall, J. E. 
Harrison 
Havens 

Hudson, J. D. 
Hudson, J. B. 
Idiaquez 
Jackson, F. Z. 
Jackson, B. J. 
King 
Langston 
Lyon 

McDonald 

McElroy 

McGee 

McCarthy 

Mauklin 

Miskelly 

Newman 

Morgan 

Noble 

Noland 

Page 

Platte 

Batcliff 

Shuler 

Sides 

Sistrunk 

Smith 

Talbert 

Watts 

Winter 

Billingsley 

Bledsoe 

Burney 

Canon 

Crawford 

Dunn 

Floyd 

Fulmer 

Green 

Haniner 

Head 

Hinson 

Hopkins 

Lampkin 

Lawshe 

Loden 

McQuinn 

Nelson 

Pannell 

Parker 

Putnam 
Stine 
Wade 
Wamnes 

Wilson 
Welch 
Wentworth 
Wright 



Kappa Alpha 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT H. PERKINS President 

THOMAS A. SPAIN Vice-President 

WILKINS H. MONTGOMERY Secretary 

HOYT T. HOLLAND, JR Treasurer 



D. Meade Eastland 
William J. Evans 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Capt. Malcolm Hawkins Lt. Col. Roger Pryor 
Dr. John F. Locke Col. Ralph Russell 



Founded: Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia 
December 21, 1865 

Established: 1927 

Colors: Crimson and Old Gold 

Flower: Red Rose 




Murray M. Alexander 
Hugh M. Arant 
Harry H. Barnes, Jr. 
Leon Bates 
Leon Bell 
William Bentz 
John L. Berryman 
James Bragan 
Joe Clayton 
Kenneth R. Davis 
James A. Evans, Jr. 



MEMBERS 



Douglas W. Garland 
Peter R. Hairston 
Hunter W. Henry 
Hoyt T. Holland, Jr. 
Joseph R. Huggins 
Egbert Jones 
Edwin P. Kellis 
Clayton Kilgore 
William L. Kirby 
Thomas E. McWilliams 
Leon C. McWilliams, Jr. 



Abbey W. Magruder, Jr. 
Warren W. Martin 
Wilkins H. Montgomery 
Robert H. Perkins 
Robert C. Price, Jr. 
Munford Rhett 
Mark G. Richardson 
David A. Ruffin 
J. T. Santmyer 
Leo W. Seal, Jr. 
Thomas A. Spain, Jr. 



Donald D. Speed 
Howard G. Spivey 
Arthur B. Stevens 
Patterson W. Sudduth 
Douglas E. Taylor 
William G. Thorns 
Winfred E. Tullos 
Charles E. Klumb 
William McFarland 
Glenn E. Vail 
Leigh Watkins III 





Kenneth P. Allen, Jr. 
J. Willfred Bentz, Jr. 
Ralph Blackwood 
Robert D. Bryan 
Charles N. Chittom 
Fred A. Conlee 
T. Clifton Fowler, Jr. 
Clinton L. Franklin, Jr. 
James M. Hall 
John J. Hubbard 
Clyde E. Jennings, Jr. 



PLEDGES 

Marion Joe Kemp 
Louis J. Kestenbaum 
D. Allen King 
J. Edwin Lee, Jr. 
James C. McDonald 
Cecil Magee 
Homer A. Mann 
William W. Mayers 
George E. Menetre, Jr. 
Mercer Miller 
Carl A. Muller 



James E. Osborne 
J. Donavan Ready, Jr. 
Reynolds L. Richardson 
Frank H. Santmyer 
Richard A. Sikes 
Thomas Stephenson, Jr. 
Kenneth T. Strange 
William L. Toney II 
Grover L. Upton 
Hugh C. Williams 




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Arant 

Barnes 

Bates 

Bentz, W. 

Berryman 

Bragan 



Clayton 

Davis 

Evans 

Garland 

Hairston 

Henry 

Holland 



Huggins 

Jones 

Kilgore 

Kirby 

McFarland 

McWilliams, 1 

Magruder 



Martin 

Montgomery 

Perkins 

Price 

Puffin 

Santmyer, 1. 

Seal 



Spain 

Speed 

Stevens 

Sudduth 

Taylor 

Thorns 

Tullos 



Vail 

Allen 

Bentz, J. 

Blackwood 

Bryan 

Chittom 

Conlee 



Fowler 

Franklin 

Hall 

Hubbard 

Jennings 

Kemp 

Kestenbaum 



King 

Lee 

McDonald 

Magee 

Mann 

Menetre 

Muller 

Osborne 

Ready 

Richardson 

Santmyer, F. 

Sikes 

Stephenson 

Strange 

Toney 

Williams 



Kappa Sigma 



OFFICERS 

ELLIS G. McNEEL Grand Master 

ROBERT L. BROWN, JR Grand Procurator 

JIMMIE L. OGLESBY Grand Master of Ceremonies 

FRED N. COLMER Grand Scribe 

HERBERT K. ROBERTSON Grand Treasurer 



Capt. H. P. Davis 
A. W. Garner 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

E. D. Myers Major Richard R. Irving 

Dr. C. Q. Sheely 




Founded: University of Virginia, University, Virginia, in the year 1869 

Established: In the year 1936 

Colors: Scarlet, green, and white 

Flower: Lily-of-the-valley 



MEMBERS 



Larkin Agnew 
Jimrnie Alford 
T. A. Atkinson 
Bill Batty 
Jerry Beall 
Earl Brewer 
Bobby Brown 
Carlton Carpenter 
Fred Carr 
Bill Causey 
J. C. Collins 
Fred Colnier 
Bean Corley 
Charles Crumbley 
Bill Darsey 
Harper Davis 
Joe Dick Dorroh 
Edwin Ellis 



Graydon Flowers 
Dave Galtney 
Maynard Gardner 
A. C. Garner 
Billy Garrett 
Billy Harlow 
Conwell Harris 
Gene Hively 
Stewart Johnson 
Bob Kochtitzky 
Jimmie Little 
James Lollar 
Louis Lyons 
Dick McCulley 
Bill McKie 
Ellis MeNeel 
Dave McWilliams 
Bob Marehetti 



George Mercier 
Charles Monty 
Charles Moody 
William Morgan 
Don Morse 
Joe Thomas Mosley 
B. M. Moss 
J. E. Nash 
Lucian Noble 
Jimmie Oglesby 
Hugh V. Pierce 
S. D. Prentice 
Jimmie Proctor 
Marion Pruitt 
Bennie Puckett 
Dero Ramsey 
Tom Reed 
Herbert Robertson 



Joe Robinson 
James Roby 
William Roby 
Tom Scott 
Jack Stanley 
Charlie Stroble 
Rufus Thompson 
Malcolm Travis 
Bowmar Virden 
Lamar Wadlington 
Henry Warnack 
Joe Weaver 
Dick Wilson 
T. C. Wilson 
O. B. Wooley 
Ben Yandell 




fames Bedenbaugh 
Carl Black 
Wesley Boone 
Charles Boutvvell 
Tommy Box 
Jimmie Byrne 
David Caldwell 



PLEDGES 

Fritz Hudson 
McGowan Hunt 
D. D. Jackson 
Billy James 
Bobby Langston 
Curtis McGown 
Joe Moorehead 
Howard Friday 



Harold Nash 
Roy Riley 
Sid Sessions 
Tom Simmons 
Albert Spinks 
David Wood 
Billy Wright 



Delta Chi Chapter 



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Alfoid 

Atkinson 

Batty 

Brewer 

Brown 

Carpenter 

Causey 

Collins 

Colmer 

Corley 

Crumbley 

Darsey 

Davis 

Dorroh 

Ellis 

Flowers 

Galtney 

Gardner 

Garner 

Garrett 

Harlow 

Harris 

Hively 

Johnson 

Kochtitzky 

Little 

Lollar 

McCulley 

MeKie 

McNeel 

McWilliams 

Maichetti 

Mercier 

Monty 

Moody 

Morgan 

Morse 

M os ley 

Moss 

Nash, J. E. 

Noble 

Oglesby 

Pierce 

Prentice 

Proctor 

Pruitt 

Puckett 

Ramsey 
Robertson 
Robinson 
Roby, J. 
Roby, W. 
Scott 
Stanley 
Stroble 

Thompson 

Travis 

Virden 

Wadlington 

Warnack 

Wooley 

Yandell 

Bedenbaugh 

Black 

Boone 

Boutwell 

Box 

Byrne 

Caldwell 

Friday 

Hudson 

Jackson 

James 

Langston 

McGown 

Moorehead 

Nash, H. 

Riley 

Simmons 

Spinks 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



OFFICERS 

HENRY AUTER President 

J. D. KIRKLAND, JR Vice-President 

W. E. LANCASTER Secretary 

JAMES L. WILSON Treasurer 

WILLIE PHILLIPS Ritualist 

WILLIAM POE Social Chairman 

THURMAN MAULDIN Rush Chairman 

GORDON K. BRYAN Faculty Advisor 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



H. V. Allen 
G. K. Bryan 



Cecil Marion 
Arthur Ollivier 



Rudolph Strong 




Founded: Boston University; November 2, 1909 

Established: April 30, 1939 

Colors: Purple, Green and Gold 

Flower : White Rose 



MEMBERS 



Charles R. Allen 
William H. Allen 
Henry F. Auter 
John B. Baker 
Austin P. Boggan 
Hubert H. Bowie 
William E. Byrd 
Gerald Daniel 
George C. Downing 



William P. Eason 
Allen L. Edwards 
Allen P. Eiland 
John W. Guyton 
H. Michael Habeeb 
Eugene E. Johnson 
Jewett D. Kirkland, Jr. 
Wallace E. Lancaster 
William G. McKeithen 



Thurman N. Mauldin 
Bennie E. Millican 
Joseph O. Mobley 
William H. Mullen . 
Newton M. Parker 
Joseph B. Pettway 
Willie E. Phillips 
William E. Poe 
Dimitri C. Polizo 



E. Mark Smith 
E. Morrel Smith 
Eugene B. Smith 
Henry E. Sneed 
Henry Spang 
Mitchell O. Stinson 
Charles H. Templeton 
Nathaniel W. Thomas 
Harry H. Ulery 
James L. Wilson 




Maxwell Allen 
Waldo Blake 
Clyde Bracken 
James H. Chesteen 
Paul Conerley 
Ben A. Crawford 
William V. Dobbs 
Walter Godbold 



PLEDGES 

Charles H. James 
Carmen Kelly 
Thomas C. Long 
Edgar Magee 
Charles H. Mitchell 
Victor Mitchell 
Laurance Mize 
Julius T. Neely 
Charles C. Wilson 



James H. Porter 
Edgar Presgrove 
Ronald Robinson 
Jewell P. Sartain 
Edwin Stephenson 
Edwin E. Turner 
Jimmy E. Turner 
Lin wood O. Turner 



Epsilon Chi Zeta Chapter 




Allen, C. 

Allen, W. 

Auter 

Baker 

Boggan 

Bowie 

Byrd 



Daniel 

Downing 

Eason 

Edwards 

Eiland 

Guyton 

Habeeb 



Johnson 
Kirkland 
Lancaster 
McKeithen 

Mauldin 

Millican 
Mobley 



Mullen 

Parker 

Phillips 

Poe 

Smith, E. Mark 

Smith, E. Morrel 

Smith, Eugene 



Sneed 

Stinson 

Templeton 

Thomas 

Ulery 

Wilson, J. 

Allen, M. 



Blake 

Bracken 

Chesteen 

Conerley 

Crawford 

Dobbs 

Godbold 



James 



Kelly 
Long 
Magee 
Mitchell, C. 
Mitchell, V. 
Mize 
Neely 
Porter 



Presgrove 
Bobinson 
Sartain 
Stephenson 
Turner, E. 
Turner, J. 
Turner, L. 
Wilson, C. 



Phi Kappa Tau 



OFFICERS 

HILTON L. LADNER President 

CLAUDE I. LLOYD Vice-President 

WILLIAM E. BARNETT Recording Secretary 

WILLIAM H. McCANN Corresponding Secretary 

ROBERT L. DANIELS Treasurer 

EARNEST J. LANSING Rush Chairman 

DARRELL N. McCLUGHAN Pledgemaster 

AUBREY COX Chaplain 

JOHN R. PRINCE Editor 

FACULTY MEMBERS ON CAMPUS 

W. B. Andrews M. L. Freeman Marcus B. Mapp 

Dr. Paul H. Dunn R. J. Laird R. T. Palmer, Jr. 

O. L. Snowden 




Founded: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, March 17, 1906 

Established: April 30, 1938 

Colors: Harvard Red and Old Gold 

Flower: Red Carnation 



W. E. Barnett 
Robert E. Brown 
Harold L. Coleman 
Aubrey Cox 
R. L. Daniels 
Paul Felder 
Edward Flemmine 



MEMBERS 

Hilton Ladner 
Earnest J. Lansing 
Claude I. Lloyd 
W. H. McCann 
Dan-ell N. McClughan 
James McMullin 
James Manselle 



William Martin 
John R. Prince 
Honore M. Renfroe 
W. C. Thomas 
Eron Tootle 
Bernard Westbrook 
William Wood 




Paul Baria 
Jarvis Bennett 
Joseph Bristow 
H. G. Clower 
Earl Flippen 
James L. Gordon 
John Greco 



PLEDGES 



Jack Hewitt 
Claude Hopkins 
Andrew Martinolich 
Bennie Price 
Derrel A. Smith 
Roy Thompson 
Jack Williams 



Alpha Chi Chapter 




Burnett 

Brown 

Coleman 

Cox 

Daniels 

Felder 



Flemniing 

Ladner 

Lansing 

Lloyd 

McCann 

McClughan 



McMullin 

Manselle 
Martin 
Prince 
Renfroe 

Thomas 



Tootle 

Westbrook 

Wood 

Baria 

Bennett 

Bristow 



Clower 

Flippen 

Gordon 

Greco 

Hewitt 

Hopkins 



Martinolich 

Price 

Smith 

Thompson 

Williams 



Theta Kappa Phi 

OFFICERS 

THOMAS D. PANTOLIANO . President 

GEORGE E. RODRIGUEZ Vice-President 

THOMAS A. KEEFE Secretary and Treasurer 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Murray Rewton 




Founded: Lee High University, 1919 
Established: August 9, 1942 
Colors: Sky Rlue and Gold 



Vincent A. Dauro 
Anthony A. Piazza 



William H. Ford 
Elder L. Reddoch 



MEMBERS 



Thomas A. Keefe 
George E. Rodriguez 



Thomas D. Pantoliano 




Preston J. Ammond 
William H. Raugh 
Vincent V. Crow 
George W. Davis 
David E. Goff 
William G. Harrison 



PLEDGES 



Lawerence H. Hickman 
Charles R. Loyacono 
Eugene A. Patout 
Sidney H. Tucker 
Robert R. Wilson 



Rho Chapter 




Ammond 
Baugh 
Crow 
Dauro 



Davis 
Ford 
Goff 
Harrison 



Hickman 
Loyacono 
Pantoliano 
Patout 



Piazza 
Rodriguez 
Tucker 
Wilson 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



OFFICERS 

LEE EARL HILL, JR President 

ROBERT McVAY Vice-President 

JULIAN RIEVES Treasurer 

WALTER W. CHAPMAN, JR Historian 

CLYDE LEE Recording Secretary 

DANIEL PATRICK, JR Sergeant-at-Arms 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



H. L. Cole 



David T. Daniels 
Larry Lawrence 



Robert C. Weems, Jr. 




Founded: University of Virginia, University, Virginia, March 1, 1868 

Established: May 27, 1927 

Colors: Garnet and Old Gold 

Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley 



MEMBERS 



Gerald Lee Adams 
Charles H. Aldridge III 
Joe C. Applewhite 
Emmett R. Atwood 
James E. Bailey 
Joseph D. Bennett 
John R. Booth, Jr. 
Francis C. Boyd 
D. R. Branch 
Sidney Branch 
Sidney A. Brevard III 
Joseph A. Carpenter 
Shafer D. Case, Jr. 
Walter W. Chapman, Jr 
John W. Chatham, Jr. ' 
James H. Chisholm 
William O. Cleland 
William A. Cobb 
Doug Colston 



Julian W. Crawford, Jr. 
Gordon R. Cunningham 
James W. Dixon 
Frank M. Duncan 
Robert A. Filgo 
George T. Graham 
Ralph N. Harris 
Lee Earl Hill, Jr. 
famie G. Houston, Jr. 
P. D. Houston 
William G. Ivy 
Frank King, Jr. 
Thomas G. Knott 
Clyde E. Lee 
Thomas C. Lowe 
Norman C. Mars, Jr. 
William C. Maute, Jr. 
James A. Miller 
James E. Conn 



Herbert T. Miller 
Percy H. Miller 
Gerald T. Moore 
Otis S. Murff, Jr. 
Miles D. McCaleb 
Oliver L. McCaskill 
Edward B. McDaniel, 
William H. McKinney 
Robert L. McVay 
Anderson J. Orr 
Daniel H. Patrick, Jr. 
Claude C. Payne 
Robert C. Perry 
William M. Pitts 
Hubert Q. Pray 
Edwin W. Prinz 
William L. Richmond 
[ulian W. Rives 
John W. Roach, Jr. 



Lee Robinson, Jr. 
Rudyard B. Robison 
Ora W. Scott, Jr. 
Billy W. Shelton 
Thomas H. Simmons 
Robert T. Sloan 
Jr. Billy F. Smith 

Clifton L. Stephenson 
George D. Stewart 
Edward L. Traweek 
Hugh R. Vaughn 
George C. Wade 
Benjamin H. Warren, Jr. 
Charles H. Weissinger 
John E. Whitaker 
Joseph B. Whiteside 
Marvin E. Wiggins, Jr. 
Frank M. Youngblood 




J. Bruce Baine 
Billy Barrett 
Bobby Baskin 
John 'F. Blount 
Charles M. Boone 
Joe Burch 
Jack Chatham 
Seger H. Collier 
Richard Cox 
Dan Crawley 
S. J. Dixon 
Rnfus Dunn 
Rollin Dutro 
Calton Edwards 
Robert Eiland 
David O. Ellis 
Opie L. Ellis, Jr. 
Jack Filgo 



PLEDGES 

Hal Filgo 
Sonny Gibson 
Jack Greenleaf 
Howard Grittman, 
William Hadskey 
Lee Hamill 
Jack Harper 
Doyle Harris 
Dink Hataway 
Norris E. Hill 
Bill Hitch 
Gene Hornsby 
Roy Howell 
Vernon G. Hurt 
Claude Jennings 
Raymond Jordan 
Roger G. McGrath 
Jay McLofton 



J. M. McNeil 
Harlan Majure 
Ace Pace 
Willis Payne 
Hubert Ratliff 
Hugh H. Reed 
Raymond Rhodes 
Ben Ruscoe 
Marvin Sansing 
William Sharbrough 
Paul Simmons 
Bob Sims 
Paul Stephenson 
Buddy Thompson 
Lee Roy Wells, Jr. 
Standi Wise 
Bill Youngblood 
Charles Youngblood 



Gamma Theta Chapter 




\<lams 
Applewhite 
Bailev 
Booth 
Branch, D. 



Aldridge 

Atwood 
Bennett 
Boyd 
Branch, S. 



Brevard Carpenter 

Case Chapman 

Chatham, J. W.Chisholm 
Cleland Cobb 

Colston Conn 



Crawford 
Dixon, J. 
Filgo, R. 
Harris, R. 
Houston, J. 



Ivy 

Knott 
Mars 
Miller, ]. 
Miller, P. 



Murff 
MeCaskill 
McKinnev 
Orr 
Payne, C. 



Pitts 

Prinz 

Rives 

Robison 

Shelton 



Cunningham 
Duncan 
Graham 
Hill, L. 
Houston, P. 



King 
Lee 
Maute 
Miller, H. 
Moore 



McCaleb 

McDaniel 
McVay 
Patrick 
Perry 



Pray 

Richmond 
Robinson 
Scott 
Simmons, T. 



Sloan 

Stephenson, 

Traweek 

Wade 

Weissinger 



Smith 
C. Stewart 
Vaughn 
Warren 
Whitaker 



Whiteside Wiggins 

Youngblood, F. Baine 
Barrett Baskin 

Blount Boone 

Burch Chatham, Jack 



Collier 
Crawley 
Dutro 
Eiland 
Ellis, O. 



Filgo, H. 



Cox 
Dixon 
Edwards 
Ellis, D. 
Filgo, J. 



Gibson 

Grittman 

Harper 

Hataway 

Hitch 



Greenleaf 
Hamill 
Harris, D. 
Hill, N. 
Hornsby 



Howell 

Hurt Jennings 

Jordan McGrath 

MeLofton McNeil 

Majure Payne, W. 

Ratlifr Reed 

Rhodes 



Ruscoe 

Sharbrough 

Sims 

Thompson 

Wise 



Sansing 
Simmons, P. 
Stephenson 
Wells 
Youngblood, R. 



Youngblood, C. 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



OFFICERS 

W. T. LUSK President 

T. M. LUSTER Vice-President 

J. E. STONE Recorder 

H. N. YORK Treasurer 



S. T. Few 
W. F. Flowers 
B. F. Hilbun 
Pete Hutchinson 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Paul Jacobs 
Augustine Magruder 
D. M. McCain 
Harald A. Pedersen 



J. D. Ray, Jr. 
William Richmond 
R. T. Sawyer 
Wilmont Thompson 




Founded: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March 9, 1856 

Established: March 12, 1887 

Re-established: October 21, 1932 

Colors: Purple and Gold 

Flower: Violet 



MEMBERS 



Robert M. Aden 
Beasley Anderson 
Robert Beisel 
Charles Billingsley 
William E. Bolton 
Daniel Bonney 
John Burge 
Jack Case 

Robert W. Chandler 
Frederick R. Clark 
Tom Curtis 
Howard Davis 
Noll P. Davis 
Jimmy Deen 
George Dulin 
Robert Ellard 



Murry G Faulkner 
Herbert Gilruth 
Thomas G. Gladney 
Harold Golden 
Mark J. Hamrick 
George Hogaboom 
Henry Hooker 
Billy Johnson 
Neil Johnson 
Fred P. Jones 
Dozier Lester 
Robert K. Ligon 
Alvin Long 
W. T. Lusk 
Thomas M. Luster 
Wesley Lutken 



Robert Lyon 
Owen S. McCoy 
Greek R. McMillian 
Ray S. Melton 
Jack W. Miller 
Hurley Nash 
Randle W. Nash 
William P. Newman 
Randy G. Nichols 
Harold C. Overton 
John R. Pegues 
Henry C. Pilkinton 
Otis A. Prater 
Jack E. Ray 
Walter Rayner 
Tom M. Ross 



Ernest Rusell 

Frank C. Saino 

Donald R. Sharp 

H. Lewis Schneider 

James E. Stone 

William H. Strawbridge 

Jimmy B. Stuart 

Clarence V. Taylor 

William S. Taylor 

Glenn Wallace 

Ed Wamsley 

Lee R. Weeks 

Nott Wheeler 

Frank P. Yarbrough 

Hansell N. York 




Tom O. Anderson 
Terry Lee Bennet 
Ted Blister 
Basil Brown 
William Brown 
John Baxter Burns 
George P. Chatham 
A. Dorris De Vault 
A. Prentis Fatheree 
J. Baxter Fisher 
C. Erman Flanagan 
Armistead Flint 



PLEDGES 

John H. Fondren 
John Garmon 
Robert M. Henson 
Herbert H. Hill 
Billy Jackson 
Moody Kennedy 
Bob L. Koestler 
Tommy Marshall 
LeRoy McDonald 
Bob McKnight 
Victor H. Meena 
James Morris 



Robert Morton 
J. H. Muse 
Jack G. Reed 
Jack M. Reed 
Roy Rogers 
H. G. Rosson 
Robert A. Russell 
Joe S. Smith 
Ted H. Turner 
Jeff Underhill 
Stuart P. Vance 
Albert Weeks 



Mississippi Theta Chapter 




Aden 

Anderson 

Beisel 

Billingsley 

Bolton 

Burge 

Case 

Chandler 

Clark 
Curtis 
Davis, H. 
Davis, N. 
Deen 
Dulin 
Ellard 
Faulkner 

Gladney 

Hamrick 

Hogaboom 

Hooker 

Johnson 

Jones 

Lester 

Ligon 

Long 

Lusk 

Luster 

Lyon 

MeCov 

McMillian 

Melton 

Miller 

Nash 

Newman 

Nichols 

Overton 

Pegues 

Pilkington 

Prater 

Bay 

Bayner 

Busell 

Saino 

Sharp 

Schneider 

Stone 

Stuart 

Taylor, C. 

Taylor, W. 
Wains ley 
Weeks 
Wheeler 
York 

Anderson 
Bennett 
Brown, B. 

Brown, W. 

Burns 

Chatham 

Fatheree 

Flanagan 

Flint 

Fondren 

Henson 

Hill 

Jackson 

Kennedy 

Koestler 

Marshall 

McDonald 

McKnight 

Meena 

Morris 

Morton 

Beed 

Beed 

Bosson 

Bussell 

Turner 

Underhill 

Vance 

Weeks, A, 



Sigma Chi 



OFFICERS 

JOHN McPHERSON President 

JOHN H. STANTON Vice-President 

HOWARD M. EVANS Secretary 

CHARLES BEASLEY Treasurer 

HENRY THOiYIASON Pledge Trainer 



Malvin Cox 
William Drinkwater 
Dr. Horace Harned 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. George W. Johnston Dr. F. T. Mitchell 
Jewel Chester McKee Dudy Nobles 

Allyn McKeen Ralph Wofford 




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Founded: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1855 

Established: March, 1938 

Colors: Blue and Old Gold 

Flower: White Rose 



MEMBERS 



Charles Beasley 
George Bethea 
Charles J. Bell 
Lorraine Bourne 
Luther Brantley 
Billy B. Braswell 
Joe Brown 
Johnny Bunch 
Tom Burress 
Homer Burrous 
James Carter 
Robert Chambers 
Lou Charboneau 
Ben Chatoney 
Joe Collier 
Robert Coltharp 
O. D. Connor 
Bob Cook 
Samuel Corbin 
Jack Crouch 



Howard M. Evans 
Bruce Fanguy 
Roy Fanguy 
Thomas Flanagan 
C. A. Foreman 
P. D. Foster 
Hobson Gary 
Tommy Gilmore 
Thomas Green 
Carl F. Haas 
Robert Hallman 
Willard Harding 
Boyce Harris 
Harold Hart 
Jack Hazard 
Simpson Hemphill 
Grady Hill 
Dale Hodges 
E. J. Hosey 
Al Hunt 



Robert James 
B. F. Jarman 
Billy Deen Jones 
Gay D. Jones 
William L. Jordan 
Patrick Kennedy 
Joe S. King 
DeWitt Knox 
Charles Leflore 
Thomas Loposer 
Billy Lyle 

Bernard McDearman 
Quin Mclntyre 
Howard McKeithen 
John McPherson 
Carl Matthes 
Thomas Mitchell 
Finley Moffatt 
Charles Moor 
Roger Moore 



Edwin K. Myrick 
Howard Oliver 
William Parks 
Vernon Pringle 
James Pryor 
Tommy Rowland 
Samuel Scales 
Ed Seitz 
Albert Simmons 
Leon Standifer 
J. H. Stanton 
Bill Stemme 
Henry Thomason 
Clinton Wallace 
George Warner 
Charles Waters 
Robert Williams 
Herbert M. Word 
Tom Worthington 




J. E. Box 
James Bedwell 
Ransom Buford 
.Lawrence Carter 
Tom Cates 
John Covington 
Jimmy Crook 
James Craig 
Raymond Craig 
Burt Darden 
Gene Davis 
James Evans 
James Failing 
James Goodwin 
Albert Green 



PLEDGES 

Tom Griffin 
G. C. Harned 
Jack Hatcher 
Harry Hickman 
Henry Holman 
Vernon Hull 
Charles Hunt 
O. H. Johnson 
J- C. Joy 
Jesse Joy 
John Leflore 
Jack Lemmon 
John Lewis 
Calvin Lucas 
Henry Mattox 



Tommy Mikell 
Ed Miles 
R. B. Moor 
Tommy Ousley 
John Pace 
Douglas Parsons 
Jimmy Pope 
Tom Rushing 
Basil Strickland 
Francis Waters 
E. Q. Vance 
Jasper Williamson 
Bobby Wooten 
Homer Watkins 



Gamma Upsilon Chapter 




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Bethea 

Bell 

Brantley 

Braswell 


Brown 

Bunch 

Burress 

Burrous 

Carter 


Chambers 
Charboneau 

( iollier 

Coltharp 

Conner 


Cook 
Corbin 
Crouch 
Evans 
Fanguy, B. 


Fan guy, R. 


Gilmore 


Flanagan 
Foreman 
Foster 
Gary 


Green 
Haas 
Hallman 
Harding 


Harris 

Hazard 

Hemphill 

Hill 

Hodges 


Hosey 
Hunt 
James 
Jarman 
Jones, B. 


Jones, G. 
Jordan, W. 
Kennedy 
King 
Knox 


Leflore 

Loposer 

Lyle 

Mclntyre 

McKeithen 


McPherson 

Matthes 

Mitchell 

Moffatt 

Moor 


Moore 

Myrick 

Oliver 

Farks 

Pringle 


Pryor 

Rowland 

Seitz 

Simmons 

Standifer 


Stanton 
S'temme 
Thorn ason 
Wallace 
Warner 


Waters 

Williams 

Word 

Box 

Bedwell 


Buford 
Carter 
Crook 
Craig, J. 
Craig, R. 


Darden 

Evans 

Failing 

Goodwin 

Green 


Griffin 

Harned 

Hatcher 

Hickman 

Holman 


Hull 
Hunt 
Johnson 
Joy, J. C. 
Joy, J. 


Leflore 

Lemmon 

Lewis 

Lucas 

Mattox 


Mikell 

Miles 
Moor 
Ousley 
Parsons 


Pope 

Strickland 

Waters 

Williamson 

Wooten 



Watkins 



Sigma Pi 



OFFICERS 

ROY J. KEEL President 

JOE B. THOMPSON Vice-President 

ADRIAN O'NEAL Secretary 

L. A. HURST Treasurer 

JAMES E. GARRISON Herald 

DAN JONES Pledge Master 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

F. S. Edwards Quinton Dabbs 




Founded: Vincenns University, Indiana, February 26, 1897 

Established: December 11, 1936 

Colors: Lavender and White 

Flower: Lavender Orchid 



MEMBERS 



Charles W. Atwood 
Gene L. Bidwell 
William C. Carter 
Karl W. Carlson 
Cecil Daigle 
A. C. Davis 
Jefferson Dickerson 
James E. Garrison 



Byron Gough 
James E. Griffin 
Bernard Harford 
Duval Heflin 
L. A. Hurst 
Dan Jones 
Roy J. Keel 
Joyner Lancaster 



Robert Lancaster 
George O. McDaniel 
Frank Maxwell 
Chambliss Mizelle 
A. P. O'Neal 
John Reagan 
Frank Scarborough 
Joe B. Thompson 



Lee H. Thompson 
John D. Ware 
Ray M. Waters 
Archie Watson 
R. A. Welborn 
C. H. Wilkinson 
Boyce Yarborough 






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PLEDGES 






John L. Anderson 


Willard Oliver 


John L. Smith 




Ray Applewhite 


Joe Richards 


Shelby Stringer 


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John A. Oden 


H. B. Sinquefield 


Dale Williams 


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Jack Wright 





Alpha Lambda Chapter 




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Anderson 

Applewliite 

Atwood 

Bidwell 

Carlson 

Carter 



Daigle 

Davis 

Dickson 

Garrison 

Griffin 

Harford 



Hurst 

Jones 

Keel 

Lancaster, J. 

Lancaster, R. 

McDaniel 



Maxwell 

Mizelle 

Oden 

Oliver 

O'Neal 

Reagan 



Scarborough 
Sinquefield 
Smith 
Stringer 
Thompson, J. 
Thompson, L. 



Ware 

Waters 

Watson 

Welborn 

Wilkinson 

Williams 

Wright 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 



OFFICERS 

HENRY F. FLEMMING President 

CYRUS A. CLARKE Vice-President 

S. A. GRAFTON Comptroller 

PHILLIP D. TURNER Secretary 

JAMES S. SIMMONS Historian 



Maurice Finkner 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

W. O. Spencer D. E. Thompson 



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Founded: Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, November 1, 1901 

Established: April 30, 1938 

Colors: Purple and Red 

Flowers: American Beauty Roses and Violets 



MEMBERS 



James G. Bagley 
Spencer Bedenbaugh 
Clarence P. Black 
Albert H. Boyd 
James N. Brock 
Cyrus A. Clarke 
Willie S. Cowsert 



Henry F. Flemming 
Gaston C. Fletcher 
S. A. Grafton 
James R. Hearn 
Floyd J. Johnson 
D. E. Johnston 
Harold G. Jones 



Thomas F. Jones 
William L. Leake 
Thomas E. McGaha 
John O. Moore 
Frank Oakes 
Frank C. Page 
John T. Parker 



Alex S. Perry 
Davis Randle 
James S. Simmons 
Robert E. Sorrels 
William M. Stevens 
Phillip D. Turner 
Jack D. Wilkes 



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Ellis P. Antoon 
Tom Armstrong 
Billie E. Brackeen 
Guy B. Critz 
George N. Crosby 
Bobby Day 
Bill Hilton 



PLEDGES 

Bill Johnson 
James Leverette 
Carl Long, Jr. 
Leslie McKee 
David Owen, Jr. 
Jim D. Peeples 
Billy Phipps 



George Prince 
Robert Pritchard 
Lawrence Rowe 
Billy Shearer 
Kurtz B. Stowers 
William W. Sykes 
Will R. Thomas 



Beta Chapter 



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Bagley 

Boyd 

Brock 

Clarke 

Cowsert 

Flemming 

Fletcher 
Grafton 
Hearn 
Johnson, F. 
Johnston 
Jones, H. 

Jones, T. 

Leake 

McGaha 

Moore 

Oakes 

Page 

Parker 

Perry 

Randle 

Simmons 

Sorrels 

Stevens 



Turner 

Wilkes 

Antoon 

Armstrong 

Brackeen 

Crosby 

Day 

Hilton 

Johnson, B. 

Leverette 

Long 

McKee 

Owen 

Peeples 
Phipps 
Pritchard 
Rowe 

Stowers 

Sykes 

Thomas 



Theta Xi 



OFFICERS 

LEON B. YOUNG President 

MARVIN L. BUSH Vice-President 

ARLON L. PALMER Secretary 

SIDNEY L. WORTHY Treasurer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Warner Berry lohn A. McReynolds 




Founded: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, April 29, 1864 

Established: April 27, 1940 
Colors: Blue and White 



MEMBERS 



Laughlin C. Armstrong 
Hubert D. Batson 
Andrew J. Bowie 
Latham H. Brown 
Marvin L. Bush 
Marvin L. Davis 
Richard C. Deupree 



Cullen R. Flynt 
Hubert C. Foster, Jr. 
Jasper F. Galbreath 
Harry F. Garretson 
Oscar R. Garretson 
Maxwell O. Graham 
fames B. Grice 



Thomas E. Hardy 
R. T. Hathcote, Ir. 
lames A. Hines 
Francis C. Matlock- 
Ray B. Meador 
George W. Murphy 
Arlon L. Palmer 



O. G. Rounsaville 
Henry O. Sessums, Ir. 
Milton C. Stennett, Ir. 
Frank S. Swalm 
Adolph Wagner 
Sidney L. Worthy 
Leon B. Young 




John D. Arinder 
James H. Black 
Claude J. Blackburn 
Norman E. Boyett, Ir. 
Billy ]. Brown 
William F. Dickard 
Robert L. Echols 
William C. Ellington 



PLEDGES 

Charles B. Goodwin 
James S. Johnson 
Bobby L. Johnson 
Carlton R. Kelly 
Jeff L. Kiker 
Prentiss F. Keyes 
Esse H. Keyes 
Jesse C. Locke 



Hubert B. Mullins 
Paul S. O'Leary 
Robert L. Powell 
Kenneth H. Rapp 
Bryce Sloan 
Cyrus Small 
Hubert Welborn 



Alpha Xi Chapter 




Armstrong 

Batson 

Bowie 

Brown, L. 

Bush 

Davis 

Deupree 



Foster 

Galbreath 

Garretson, II. 

Garrctson, O. 

Graham 

Griee 

Hardy 



Hathcote 

Hines 
Matlock 

Meador 
Murphy 
Palmer 
Rounsaville 



Sessums 

Stennett 

Swalm 

Wagner 

Worthy 

Young 

Arinder 



Black 

Blackburn 

Boyett 

Brown, B. 

Dickard 

Echols 



Ellington 
Goodwin 
Kelly 
Kiker 
Keyes, E. 
Keyes, P. 



Mullins 

O'Leary 

Powell 

Sloan 

Small 

Welborn 



M. Adams 

Y. Adams 

Andrews 

Collier 

Elder 



Forrest 

Harris 

Luckett 

McDonnell 

Nunnery 



E. Smith 

J. Smith 

Swayze 

Walton 

Watkins 




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Chi Omega 



Founded: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, April 5, 1895 

Established: April 4, 1936 

Colors: Cardinal and Straw 

Flower: White Carnation 



OFFICERS 

CATHERINE McDONNELL President 

PATRICIA WALTON Vice-President 

EUNICE SMITH Secretary 

NORMA POWELL FORREST Treasurer 

MONA ADAMS Pledge Mother 



Mona Adams 
Yancy Adams 
Merrill Davis Andrews 
Joyce Elder 



Josephine Collier 
Helen Nunnery 



MEMBERS 

Norma Powell Forrest 
Jean Harris 
Anne Luckett 
Catherine McDonnell 

PLEDGES 
Johanne Smith 
Mary L. Tallichet 



Eunice Smith 
Catherine Swayze 
Patricia Walton 



Margaret Watkins 





Zeta Tau Alpha 



Founded: Virginia State Normal, Farmville, Virginia, October 15, 1898 

Established: 1940 

Colors: Steel Gray and Turquoise Blue 

Flower: White Violet 

OFFICERS 

MAXINE COLE President 

IDA MAY BEER Vice-President 

ELIZABETH CREEKMORE Secretary 

KAY HARRIS Treasurer 

SYLVIA McCARTY Historian 

KATHRYN McKEITHEN Guard 



Beer 

Bright 

Brock 

Carpenter 

Cary 

Cole 

Creekmore 



Everitt 

Fultz 

Googe 

Harris 

Harrison 

Hartness 

Howard 



Lyon 

McCarty 

MeKeithen 

Martindale 

Morgan 

Nowlin 

Ogletree 



Perry 

Ratliff 

Savage 

Stewart 

Stowers 

Swain 

Tomlinson 





Ida May Beer 
Nan Carpenter 
Maxine Cole 
Elizabeth Creekmore 
Hilda Everitt 
Dorthy Googe 



Nan Nelle Bright 
Betty Jo Brock 
Sue Cary 
Carol June Fultz 



MEMBERS 

Kay Harris 
Elizabeth Howard 
Maude Lyon 
Sylvia McCarty 
Kathryn MeKeithen 
Betty Martindale 



PLEDGES 

Shirley Harrison 
B. B. Hartness 
Sue Morgan 
Marilyn Nowlin 



Ruth Ogletree 
Mary Jane Perry 
Sarah Ratliff 
Betsy Savage 
Martha Swain 



Marcie Stewart 

Anne Stowers 

Mary Nell Tomlinson 



Carter 
Dennington 
Johnson 
Rice 



Sappington 

Stribling 
Tennison 
Yeatman 








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Joseph C. Carter, Jr. 
J. T. Dennington 
Dallas Johnson 



Delta Sigma Phi 

Founded: College of the City, New York, New York, 1899 
Established: Petitioning for charter 
Colors: Nile Green and White 
Flower: White Carnation 

OFFICERS 

DAVID L. RICE, JR President 

HERMAN L. YEATMAN Vice-President 

JAMES N. SAPPINGTON Secretary 

THOMAS R. MILNE Treasurer 

GEORGE N. STRIBLING Sergeant-at-Arms 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

William M. Merrill 



MEMBERS 

Thomas R. Milne 
David L. Rice, Jr. 
James N. Sappington 



George Stribling 
Eugene Tennison 
Herman L. Yeatman 





Bailey 
N. Davis 
McGaha 



Brown 
Grice 
Miller 



Bur dine 
Hazard 
Morgan 



Chatham 
Houston 
Phillips 



Cobb 
Jones 

Richmond 



Daniels 
Lusk 

Robertson 



II. Davis 
Lyon 
Wooley 



Alpha Chi Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa 

Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary student activities fraternity, was founded at Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity in 1914. Alpha Chi Circle, the local chapter, was installed in May of -1937. The war interrupted activities on 
the State campus, but this chapter was reactivated in 1947 with the tapping of six men. Its members are selected 
from the Junior and Senior Classes on a quality basis of personal character, scholastic record, prominence in student 
activities, and service rendered to the institution. The order is a respected member of the American Association of 
College Honor Societies and has become the most coveted honor organization on the campus. 

OFFICERS 



FIRST SEMESTER 

ROBERT L. BROWN President 

WILLIAM H. MORGAN, JR Vice-President 

DR. JOHN LOCKE Secretary 

POWERS JONES Treasurer 



SECOND SEMESTER 

WILLIAM L. RICHMOND President 

HERBERT ROBERTSON Vice-President 

DR. JOHN LOCKE Secretary 

JOHN C. HAZARD Treasurer 



Dr. John Locke 

Mr. Ben Hilbun 

Dr. Fred T. Mitchell 

Dr. Frank Welch 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Major I. D. Sessums 



Mr. Henry Ware 

Mr. Malcolm Gray 

Dean R. C. Weems 

Mr. Caleb Burgoyne 



James Everett Bailey 
Robert L. Brown, Jr. 
Billy II. Burdine 
J. W. Chatham 
William Andrew Cobb 



Robert L. Daniels, 
Harper Davis 
Noll P. Davis 
James B. Grice 
John C. Hazard 



MEMBERS 



Jr. 



Jamie G. Houston 
Powers Jones 
William T. Lusk 
Davis Lyon 
Thomas E. McGaha 



Percy H. Miller 
William H. Morgan, Jr. 
Willie E. Phillips 
William L. Richmond 
Herbert Robertson 
Otis B. Wooley, Jr. 



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Blue Key 



Blue Key, national honor fraternity, was founded at the University of Florida in 1924 by B. C. Riley. 
Outstanding Juniors and Seniors who have shown quality in character, leadership, scholarship, student 
activities, and service are eligible for membership. The local chapter was installed at Mississippi State 
in April, 192S. The association has for its purpose the cooperation of the faculty and student body in 
settling student problems; the stimulation of progress, and the promotion of interests of the college. This 
year the fraternity was honored by initiating Senator John C. Stennis, Dr. Fred T. Mitchell, and another 
faculty member, Professor C. E. Lawrence. 



First Semester 
Noll P. Davis, Jr. . . 
William L. Richmond 
James B. Grice . . 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

Jim Bailey President 

O. B. Wolley ....■••• V ice-President 

.Willie Phillips Sec.-Treas. 

Billy Burdine Corresponding Secretary 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



G. K. Bryan, Faculty Advisor 

C. B. Burgoyne 
T. T. Brackin 

D. M. McCain 



H. C. Simrall 
R. C. Weems 
C. E. Lawrence 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Ben Hilburn 
Fred T. Mitchell 
H. L. Scales 



I. D. Sessums 

Senator John C. Stennis 



MEMBERS 



James E. Bailey 
Robert L. Brown, Jr. 
Billy Burdine 
J. W. Chatam 
William A. Cobb 
Robert L. Daniels, Jr. 
David L. Dunaway 
Julius H. Davis, Jr. 



Noll P. Davis 
Alva C. Garner 
James B. Grice 
John C. Hazard 
Jamie G. Houston 
Fred Powers Jones 
William T. Lusk 
George D. Lyon 



Percy H. Miller 
Leonard A. Mobley 
William H. Morgan 
Hushel L. Moss 
Thomas L. McGaha 
Ellis G. McNeel 
Daniel H. Patrick 
Robert B. Patterson 



Willie E. Phillips 
William E. Powell 
Malcolm M. Randolph 
William L. Richmond 
Herbert K. Robertson 
Donald D. Speed 
Lee H. Thompson 
Otis B. Wooley 




Alpha Zeta 



The fraternity of Alpha Zeta is a national honorary agricultural fraternity, the student members of 
which shall be selected from among undergraduate and graduate agricultural students of high scholar- 
ship (2.0 quality point average or higher) on the basis of character, leadership, and personality. 

It shall be the object of this fraternity to promote the profession of agriculture; to establish, foster and 
develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership and a spirit of fellowship among all its mem- 
bers; to create and bond together a body of outstanding technical men who by scholarly attainment, faith- 
ful service and maintenance of ethical ideals and principles have achieved distinction and are capable of 
honoring achievement in others; to strive for breadth of vision, unity of action, and accomplishment of 
ideals; to command all worthy deeds and if fraternal welfare demands, to counsel with its members. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM H. MORGAN Chancellor 

WALTER K. PORTER Censor 

WILLIAM T. LUSK Scribe 

MALCOLM M. RANDOLPH Treasurer 

NOLL P. DAVIS Chronicler 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



A. C. Davis 
W. R. Andrews 
G. D. Green 
A. D. Suttle 
S. S. Ratson 
E. R. Colmer 



L. E. Gholston 
F. H. Herzer 
Reggie Laird 
J. F. O'Kelly 
Dean Bunch 
W. R. Glover 



F. E. Edwards 
R. G. Eekhardt 
E. W. McElwee 
R. K. Doyle 
U. S. Jones 



Rillie Arnold 
R. L. Davis 
David Pingrey 
Fred Jordan 
O. D. Osgood 



MEMBERS 



Arant, Hugh Miller 
Arlington, Smiley E. 
Rarlow, Ercel R. 
Rarwick, James A. 
Rearden, Henry J. 
Blount, Clyde 
Burton, Sampson S. 
Byrd, William E. 
Chancellor, James E. 
Davis, Noll P. 
Dowdle, Raymond 



Dunkie, Levi J. 
Gannaway, Rruce E. 
Garbarino, Angelo J. 
Garrison, James E. 
Gillentine, John F. 
Graham, A. J. 
Hill, Charles S. 
James, Charles V. 
Jenkins, Lewis P. 
Jordan, Fred L. 
Lewis, John Thomas 



Lowery, Robert R. 
Lundy, Earl W. 
Lusk, William T. 
Martin, Joe 
Meadows, L. O. 
Mobley, L. A. 
Moody, Homer C. 
Morgan, William H. 
McMillan, Aubrey L. 
Porter, Walter K. 
Powell, William E. 



Price, Walter M. 
Randle, John A. 
Randolph, Malcolm M. 
Robinson, R. L. 
Stemme, William J. 
Stewart, Harold 
Sides, John C. 
Thomas, Nathaniel 
Thomason, Henry M. 
Thompson, W. R. 
Triggs, Doc Leon 
Wells, Chester M. 



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Arant 


Arririgton 


Barlow 


Barwick 


Bearden 


Blount 


Burton 


Byrd 


Chancellor 


Davis 


Dowdle 


Dunkin 


Gannaway 


Garbarino 


Garrison 


Gillentine 


Graham 


Hill 


James 


Jenkins 


Jordan 


Lewis 


Lowery 


Lundy 


Lusk 


Martin 


Meadows 


Mobley 


Moody 


Morgan 


McMillan 


Porter 


Powell 


Price 


Randolph 


Robinson 



Stemme 



Stewart 



Sides 



Thomas 



Thomason Thompson Triggs 



Wells 



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Phi Eta Sigma 




Barton 
Bragen 

Brewer 



Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honor society. It 
was founded to promote high attainment in 
scholarship among the members of the Fresh- 
man Class. The initiation requirements are 
based solely on scholarship; in order to be elig- 
ible for initiation, a man must make the equiva- 
lent of at least one-half the highest grades and 
one-half the next highest grade given by the 
college. 



Byrd 

Corley 

Curtis 



OFFICERS 

BEN S. YANDELL . President 

CURTIS A. BREWER Vice-President 

SAMUEL D. GODBOLD Secretary 

CHARLES J. TALBERT Treasurer 

LEXTON H. CURTIS Reporter 



Deen 
Filgo 

Godbold 



Godbold 

Parks 
Serio 



Smith 

Talbert 

Yandell 



MEMBERS 

Roy Lee Barton 
James A. Bragen 
Curtis A. Brewer 
Knollis E. Byrd 
Nolan B. Corley 
Lexton H. Curtis 
James A. Deen 
Charles H. Filgo 
Duncan L. Godbold 
Samuel D. Godbold 
William A. Parks 
S. Frank Serio 
Den-ell A. Smith 
Charles J. Talbert 
Ben S. Yandell 



Beta Beta Beta 



Beta Beta Beta, national honorary biological fraternity, was founded in 1922 to stimulate and promote 
interest in the biological sciences. There are fifty chapters located at accredited colleges and universities 
throughout the world. 

Mu Sigma Chapter of Tri Beta was chartered at Mississippi State College in 1936 and limits its member- 
ship to juniors, seniors, and graduate students with a scholastic average of 2.0 or better. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM J. STEMME . . President 
H. MICHAEL HABEEB, Vice-President 
LEON C. STANDIFER 

Secretary-Treasurer 
ROBERT B. CHANNELL . Historian 



FACULTY ADVISOR 
Dr. Clay Lyle 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
D. J. Richey J. D. Ray, Jr. R. G. Strong 



James Everett Bailey 
Paul Otto Beard 
Austin Pleasant Boggan 
Marion Sidney Branch 
Samuel F. Carr 
Robert B. Channell 
William Eckford Cochran 
Billy H. Daughdrill 



MEMBERS 

Lloyt Reid Faulkner 
Clint Hannibal Graves, 
David Nichols Griffith 
H. Michael Habeeb II 
James Dennis Hudson 
William Gilbert Ivy 
Billie Lowery James 
James Earl Little, Jr. 
James West Pou 



Millard Merkle Price 
Jr. Robert Cornelius Price, Jr. 

John Eldridge Rawls 
Leon Calmet Standifer, Jr. 
William J. Stemme 
Hannah Strickland 
David Young 
Leon Young 



Bailey 

Beard 

Boggan 

Branch 

Cochran 

Graves 



Griffith 

Habeeb 

Hudson 

Ivy 

Little 

Pou 



Price 

Price 

Rawls 

Standifer 

Stemme 

Young 

Young 





Thompson 



Tramel 



Tucker Vaughan 



Watts 



Alpha Tau Alpha 

The Omicron Chapter of Alpha Tau Alpha, a National Professional Honorary 
Agricultural Education fraternity, was organized at Mississippi State in the 
spring of 1938 for students majoring in Agricultural Education. 

This fraternity, through special training, promotes leadership among students 
who are to become leaders in agriculture in their communities and strives to sup- 
port high ideals of brotherhood and friendship which is carried by its members 
into their lives ahead. 



OFFICERS 
LEE THOMPSON . . . 
WILLIAM TRAMEL . 
KENNETH MORGAN 
BRADFORD TUCKER 
MELVIN T. JOLLY . 



. . President 

Vice-President 

. Secretary 

. Treasurer 

. . Reporter 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

O. L. Snowden 
V. G. Martin 
J. F. Scoggins 



Arrington 
Barnes 
Barlow 
Ban- 
Boo ne 



Cain 

Gray 

Hall 

Hester 

Huff 



Hurt 
Jolly 

Jordan 
Kittrel 
Lewis 



McCullough 
McMullen 

Morgan 

Pennington 

Pendergrass 



MEMBERS 

Smiley Arrington 
Joseph Barnes 
Ercel Barlow 
James Barr 
Daniel Boone 
Herbert Burks 
Ethyl Cain 
John E. Gray 
Lauton Hall 
Daniel Hester 
William Huff 
Thomas Hurt 
Melvin Jolly 
James Jordan 
Lewis Kittrel 
Thomas Lauderdale 
Robert Lewis 
Derwood McCullough 
James McMullen 
Kenneth Morgan 
Connie Pennington 
Robert Pendergrass 
Lee Thompson 
William Tramel 
Bradford Tucker 
Ellie Vaughan 
Lewis Watts 



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Chi Lambda Rho 



Chi Lambda Rho, local honorary business fraternity, is composed of Juniors and Seniors who are ma- 
joring in business, who maintain an average of not less than two quality points per semester hour, and 
who are considered and passed on by the active members. Chi Lambda Rho was organized in 1929 at 
Mississippi State College to promote civil, industrial and commercial interest and to recognize scholastic 
achievements in the School of Business and Industry. 



DAVIS LYONS 



President 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM RICHMOND 
Vice-President 



BINFORD PEEPLES 

Secretary-Treasurer 



FACULTY 



M. G. Gray 



ADVISORS 

R. C. Weems 



MEMBERS 



Joe Henry Barber 
Hulon Buckalew 
Bobby Daniels 
Richard Dupree 
Charles Flynn 
Bernard Harford 
Russell D. Humphrey 



Mark G. Hunter 
Lyman E. Johnson 
Wallace E. Lancaster 
Charles L. Leflore 
Davis Lyons 
Randolph T. Millard 
William G. Montgomery 



James C. Peay 
James A. Privett 
Binford H. Peeples 
William L. Richmond 
Herbert K. Robertson 
George A. Ruffin 
George W. Simmons 



Stephen E. Smith 
Clifton L. Stephenson 
Ralph S. Woftord 
Otis B. Wooley, Jr. 
Sidney Lewis Worthy 
William H. Strawbridge 



Barber 


Buckalew 


Daniels 


Dupree 


Johnson 


Lancaster 


Leflore 


Lyon 


Richmond 


Robertson 


Roesch 


Ruffin 



Harford Humphrey 

Montgomery Peay 

Simmons Stephenson Wooley 



Hunter 
Peeples 

Worthy 




Kappa Mu Epsilon 



Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honorary mathematical society that bands together those students who 
have a keen interest in the study and advancement of mathematics. It is devoted to the cultivation of 
an appreciation for and recognition of the value of mathematics in the various sciences and fields of en- 
deavor. This organization is honorary in the strictest sense, requiring not only high scholastic achieve- 
ment in mathematics through the calculus and beyond but also a high scholastic average in all courses 
pursued. 



OFFICERS 

JOSEPH McCLELLAN HARVEY . President 

RALPH WRIGHT SHAW Vice-President 

RORERT PRESLEY JONES Secretary 

CHRISTOPHER RANDOLPH STARK . Corresponding Sec. and Treasurer 



Mr. A. C. Grimes 
Mr. R. H. Hopkins 
Mrs. Ellis McNeal 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Colonel C. R. Pettis 

Dr. Arthur Ollivier (Advisor 

Mr. W. O. Spencer 



Mr. S. R. Murray 
Mr. W. M Temple 
Mr. C. R. Stark 



James Eckford Robbitt 
Isaac F. Roggs, Jr. 
James Rarker Bradford 
Billy Hugh Burdine 
William Earl Byrd 
Robert Charles' Catledge 
Robert Van Chambers 
James Cecil Cherry 
Daniel William Coughlin 
William A. Cobb 
James Knox Davidson 
Leon L. Denson III 
Joseph Dickson Dorroh, Jr. 
George Crump Downing 
James Allen Ellard 
Jewel Glyn Fester 
Robert Elwood Fortenberry 
Yeun Lin Gee 



MEMBERS 

Thomas Glenn Gladney, Jr. 
John Frank Gillentine 
Harold G. Golden 
Ernest Doyle Graves 
James Edward Griffin 
Joseph McClellan Harvey 
R. T. Hathcote 
John Wesley Herring 
Percy Wilburn Higgs 
Robert Neal Hurt 
Willard Edward Harding 
Robert Presley Jones 
Thomas Garland Knott 
Hilton Louis Ladner 
Leroy Quinlan McDonald 
Clyde Thomas McGee 
Daniel Henry Patrick, Jr. 
Willie Edward Phillips 



Robert Laverne Powell 
William Theo Powell 
Robert M. Ritter 
Jerome Rossoff 
Ernest Everett Russell 
Ralph Wright Shaw 
Rollin Jay Sloan 
Adolph Francis Sterken 
Jefferson Carl Taylor, Jr. 
Malcolm Huff Travis 
Paul Hartwell Upton 
Sephus Alton Walters 
Leigh Watkins 
William White Welch 
Robert Berkley Wilson 
Joseph Wilfred Winders 
Wiilliam McKinney 
Otis Burton Wooley, Jr. 



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Bobbitt 

Boggs 

Bradford 

Burdine 

Byrd 

Chambers 



Cherry 

Coughlin 

Cobb 

Davidson 

Denson 

Dorroh 



Downing 

Ellard 

Fortenberry 

Gee 

Gladney 

Gillentine 



Graves 

Griffin 

Harvey 

Hathcote 

Herring 

Higgs 



Hurt 

Harding 

Jones 

Knott 

Ladner 

McDonald 



McGee 

Patrick 

Phillips 

Powell 

Powell 

Bossoff 



Bussell 

Shaw 

Sloan 

Taylor 

Travis 

Upton 



Walters 

Welch 

Wilson 

Winders 

Woleben 

Wooley 



Tau Beta Pi 



The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by E. H. Williams, Jr., to mark 
in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship 
and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field 
of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. 



OFFICERS 

W. H. BENDING President 

G. C. DOWNING V ice- f resident 

W. E. PHILLIPS Corresponding Secretary 

B. V. CHAMBEBS Recording Secretary 

D. M. BADEB Cataloger 

P. T. HUTCHISON Treasurer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



W. B. Berry 
W. L. Brown 
M. M. Cox 
F. S. Edwards 



A. G. Holmes 
P. T. Hutchison 
P. B. Jacob 
D. M. McCain 



H. P. Neal 
L. L. Patterson 
H. C. Simrall 
B. S. Wiseman 



MEMBERS 



Bader, D. M. 
Bending, W. H. 
Chambers, B. V. 
Cherry, J. C . 
Clark, G. L. 
Coggin, B. C, Jr. 
Coughlin, D. W., Jr. 
Denson, L. L. 



Downing, G. C. 
Ellis, H. G. 
Fortenberry, B. E. 
Franks, B. II. 
Guyton, B. D. 
Harding, W. E. 
Holland, H. T. 
Jones, F. P. 



Jones, B. P. 
Langston, J. D. 
MeClannahan, D. S. 
Mott, J. A. 
Mullican, B. D. 
Phillips, W. E. 
Powell, W. T. 
Bobley, B. C, Jr. 



Bossoff, J. 
Bowe, W. T. 
Scott, T. W. 
Smith, H. E. 
Speights, M. T. 
Sumrall, J. L. 
Wilson, H. M., Jr. 



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Bader 


Bending 


Chambers 


Cherry 


Clark 


Coggin 


Coughlin 


Denson 


Downing 


Ellis 


Fortenberry 


Franks 


Guyton 


Harding 


Holland 


Jones 


Jones 


Langston 


McClannahan 


Mott 


Mullican 


Phillips 


Robley 


Rossoff 


Rowe 


Scott 


Smith 


Speights 


Snmrall 


Wilson 



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Alpha Phi Omega 



Aust 

Aust 

Applewhite 

Baine 

Baker 

Barker 

Bidwell 

Branch 

Branch 

Burdine 

Carter 

Chapman 

Cobb 

Collier 

Curtis 

Eason 

Elledge 

Graham 

Green 

Griffin 

Mailman 

Hataway 

Hazard 

Lester 

Long 

Lyle 

McKeithen 

McKeithen 

McNeel 

McPherson 

Milstead 

Nichols 

Peters 

Pringle 

Quinn 

Reed 

Richmond 

Robley 

Robertson 

Sartain 

Segrest 

Simmons 

Smith 

Strain 

Strain 

Sylvester 

Waters 

Welborn 

Wilson 

Woodward 



Alpha Phi Omega is a na- 
tional service fraternity organ- 
ized for the purpose of assem- 
bling college men in the spirit 
of the Boy Scout oath and law. 



Only scout-trained men are 
eligible for membership, and a 
keen desire to serve other peo- 
ple must always be characteris- 
tic of the fraternity. 



BILLY BUBDINE . President 
JOE APPLEWHITE . Secretary 



OFFICERS 

MABION S. BBANCH 

Vice-President 



CHABLES B. AUST, Historian 
TAYLOB M. QUINN, Treasurer 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

W. J. (Dean Willie) Evans Dr. John F. Locke Charles E. Lawrence J. J. McAlister 

B. A. Klages Malcolm Hawkins C. E. Cain 

Honorary : 
President F. T. Mitchell Major I. D. Sessums 







MEMBERS 






Royce Mitchell Aust 


Joseph Carter 


Robert Hallman 


Bob McPherson 


J. P. Sartain 


Raymond Aust 


David Chapman 


Louis G. Hataway 


A. Milstead 


R. H. Segrest 


Joe G. Applewhite 


William A. Cobb 


John C. Hazard 


R. Nichols 


Sam Simmons 


James Bruce Baine 


Joe Collier 


Gay Herring 


Pete Peters 


W. B. Smith 


John B. Baker 


Lex H. Curtis 


Dozier Lester 


L. V. Pringle 


G. C. Strain 


Raymond L. Barker 


William P. Eason 


Frank Long 


Tavlor Quinn 


II. T. Strain 


Gene Leflore Bidwell 


William P. Elledge 


Billy Lyle 


A. 'S. Reed 


J. II. Svlvester 


D. R. Branch 


Maxwell Otho Graham 


Howard McKciithcn 


Bill Richmond 


R. M. Waters 


Marion Sidney Branch 


Thomas Green 


Bill McKeithen 


Ray Robley 


R. A. Welborn 


Billy Burdine 


James E. Griffin 


Ellis McNeel 


H. R. Robertson 


H. M. Wilson 
J. G. Woodward 



260 



Alpha Epsilon Delta 



The Mississippi Gamma chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Na- 
tional Premedical Honor Society, was founded in 1938. The 
objects of the society are to encourage excellence in premedical 
scholarship, to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of 
premedical education, and to promote cooperation and contacts 



between medical and premedical students and educators. The 
requirements for membership are that the student shall have 
completed at least three semesters of premedical work with a 
general scholarship average of 2.0 quality points in the sciences 
and rank in the upper 35% of his class in general scholarship. 



Boggan 
Little 

Stewart 



Eneke 
Price 

Wallace 



Hurt 

Savage 

Wood 



OFFICERS 

CLINTON E. WALLACE . President 
ROBERT C. PRICE . Vice-President 
WILLIAM T. WOOD, JR. . Secretary 
WILLIAM M. JAMES . Treasurer 
ROBERT NEAL HURT . Historian 
JAMES E. LITTLE, JR. . Reporter 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. Lyell C. Behr, Advisor 

Dr. M. P. Etheredge 

Mr. Richard Shuster 

Dr. John C. Longest 

Dr. Clay Lyle 



MEMBERS 

Batte, Sterling A. 
Bogan, Austin P. 
Eneke, William F. 
Hurt, Robert Neal 
James, Billie Lowery 
Little, James E., Jr. 
Polizo, D. Charles 
Price, Robert C. 
Savage, Elizabeth Mae 
Stewart, George D. 
Wallace, Clinton E. 
Wood, William T., Jr. 




Adams 

Armstrong 

Barr 

Branch 

Brocks 

Brown 

Byrd 

Carpenter 



Eason 

Ewing 

Haas 

Harmon 

Hazard 

Howell 

Lord 

Mansell 



MeKinney 

Page 

Prince 

Rice 

Schneider 

Simmons 

Stowers 

Swayze 



Tomlinson 
Ulery 

Webster 

Welborn 

Wilson 

Wilson 

Winter 

Yandell 




Colonels Club 



The Colonels Club is an honorary organization made up 
of two representatives of each fraternity and sorority as 
well as a number of independent members. To be eligible 
for membership in the club, a person must be a second 
semester freshman or a first semester sophomore. 

A day is set aside right after election for initiation. On 



that day, the new members wear the traditional top-hat, 
bow-tie, and carry the black walking cane. 

The duties are to serve as official representatives of the 
college by greeting and accompanying all visitors who 
may come to the campus. Also, the club members serve 
in any worthwhile activity deemed necessary by the mem- 
bership, the faculty and advisors, or any other activity 
beneficial to Mississippi State College. 



Yancey Adams 
Charles Armstrong 
Lawrence Atkinson 
Cosett Ban- 
Donald Branch 
Pete Briggs 
Betty Jo Brock 
Grady Brown 
Knollis Byrd 



OFFICERS 

JACKHAZABD President 

BEN YANDELL Vice-President 

CATHERINE SWAYZE . . . Secretary and Treasurer 



Carlton Carpenter 
William Eason 
Thomas Ewing 
Carl Haas 
Perrin Harmon 
Jack Hazard 
Dixie Howell 
Charles Klumb 
Elizabeth Lord 



MEMBERS 



James Mansell 
William McKiney 
Frank Page 
John Prince 
David Rice 
Sonny Schneider 
James Simmons 
Anne Stowers 
Catherine Swayze 



Hubert Tomlinson 
Harry Ulery 
James Webster 
Robert Welborn 
Harold Wilson 
Herbert Wilson 
George Winter 
Ben Yandell 



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Scabbard and Blade 




First row, left to right: Major Albert Hutchinson, Jr., Doc L. Triggs, Jr., Joe A. Sutherland, Robert L. Brown, Jr., Henry F. Flemming, 
Joseph L. Brown, Jr., William H. Morgan, Jr., William E. Batty, Jr., and Major Richard R. Irving. Second row, left to right: James W. 
Howell, William S. Cowsert, Frank H. Janous, Allen R. Thompson, John C. Hazard, Ben O. White, Oscar G. Rounsaville, Jr. Third 
row, left to right: Frank M. Youngblood, Herman L. Yeatman, John W. Head, Thomas E. McGaha, Doris J. Clayton, and Paul E. 
Warner. Fourth row, left to right: John W. Cook, Thomas H. Dantzler, and Carl D. Baggett. 

Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military society for cadets enrolled in advanced R.O.T.C. The principal 
aim of the organization is to promote a feeling of unity among the cadet military leaders and to maintain a higher 
standard in the military activities of the corps. 

B. Company, 7th Regiment at State, awards two medals, one to the outstanding Senior cadet, and one to the out- 
standing Junior cadet each year. 

OFFICERS 

JOE A. SUTHERLAND Captain 

HENRY F. FLEMMING First Lieutenant 

THOMAS E. McGAHA Second Lieutenant 

BEN O. WHITE First Sergeant 



Braden, Guy B. 
Cain, Winton B. 
Cannon, Jesse L. 
Galbreath, Jasper F. 



ALUMNI 

Graves, Ernest D., 
Gray, M. G. 
Harrison, Gray W. 
Laird, Reggie 
Laird, Wheeler F. 



Jr. 



McGee, William J. 
Malvaney, Edgar L. 
Palmer, Richard A. 
Sloan, Rollin J. 



Irwing, Richard R. 
Sessums, I. D. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Hutchinson, Albert A., Jr. 



Mitchell, Fred T. 
Russell, Ralph W. 



MEMBERS 

Carl D. Baggett, William E. Batty, Jr., Joseph L. Brown, Jr., Robert L Brown, Jr., Doris J. Clayton, John W. Cook, William S. Cowsert, 
Thomas H. Dantzler, Henry F. Flemming, John C. Hazard, John W. Head, Lee E. Hill, James W. Howell, Frank H. Janous, John W. 
McPherson, Thomas E. McGaha, William H. Morgan, Jr., Oscar G. Rounsaville, Jr., Joe A. Sutherland, Allen R. Thompson, Doc L. Triggs, 
Herman L. Yeatman, Frank M. Youngblood, Paul E. Warner, Ben O. White, O. B. Wooley, Jr. 



The Young Mens Christian Association Council 



The purpose and intention of this Association is to be a part of a world-wide Christian community con- 
sisting of groups of students and faculty united by common loyalty to Jesus Christ. In the fellowship of 
the Christian Church we seek to understand the will of God through worship, study, and action; and 
strive to realize it both in personal living and in working toward a new society. 



OFFICERS 

JAMIE G. HOUSTON, JR President 

LEE EARL HILL, JR Vice-President 

MAXINE COLE Secretary 

BILLY H. BURDINE Treasurer 



FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD 



Dr. C. Q. Sheely 
Mr. J. J. MacAllister 
Dr. Paul Warttman 
Dr. D. J. Savage 



Dr. Paul H. Dunn 
Dr. J. K. Bettersworth 
Mr. A. C. Grimes 
Dr. George -W. Johnston 



Aldridge, Frank 
Anders, Albert 
Baker, John 
Barber, Joe H., Jr. 
Barr, Cosette 
Buchanan, Charles 
Burdine, Billy 
Byrd, Verlon 
Carr, Fred 
Channel!, Robert B. 
Chatham, J. W., Jr. 
Cole, Maxine 
Collins, J. C. 
Dealing, Willie Mae 
Dutro, Rollin 
Edwards, Douglas 
Everitt, Hilda 
Gannaway, Bruce 
Griffin, James 
Griffith, David 



MEMBERS 

Habeeb, H. M., II 
Harmon, Perrin 
Hill, Earl 

Hollingsworth, Mary 
Houston, Jamie G., Jr. 
Houston, P. D. 
Hurt, Neal 
Johnson, Buddy 
Kirkland, J. D., Jr. 
Knott, Garland 
Lord, Elizabeth 
McNeel, Ellis 
Magruder, Abbey 
Martindale, Betty 
Mauldin, Thurman 
Melohn, Virgil 
Morgan, Sue 
Norman, Eric 
Peeples, Binford 
Phillips, Willie 



Pou, James 
Rawls, John 
Reynolds, R. J. 
Robley, Ray 
Sanders, John 
Saul, Robert 
Savage, Betsy 
Simmons, Paul 
Stemme, Bill 
Sutton, Frank 
Swain, Margaret 
Swain, Martha 
Teeuwissen, Chris 
Vance, Sara 
Wallace, Clinton 
Warner, George 
Warren, Hugh, Jr. 
Webb, Joe H. 
Wilson, Jim 



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Aldridge 

Anders 
Baker 
Barber 
Ban- 
Buchanan 
Burdine 



Byrd 

Chatharh 

Cole 

Collins 

Dearing 

Dutro 

Edwards 



Everitt 

Gannavvay 

Griffin 

Griffith 

Habeeb 

Harmon 

Hill 



Hollingsworth 

Houston 

Houston 

Hurt 

Johnson 

Kirkland 

Knott 



Lord 

McNeel 

Magruder 

Martindale 
Mauldin 
Melohn 
Morgan 



Norman 

Peeples 

Phillips 

Pou 

Rawls 

Reynolds 

Robley 



Sanders 

Saul 

Savage 

Simmons 

Stemme 

Swain 

Swain 



Teeuwissen 

Vance 

Wallace 

Warner 

Warren 

Webb 

Wilson 




Alexander 

Buchanan 

Beckett 

Cain 

Chatham 

Cobb 

( loll' 



Daniels 

Dearing 

Evans 

Everitt 

Fulnier 

Griffin 

Habeeb 



Houston 
Johnson 
Kirkland 

Mauldin 

Mau'te 

Morgan 

Norman 



Peeples 

Phillips 

Pou 

Rawls 

Rueff 

Stemme 

Warren 

Wilson 










Senior 'Y Luncheon Club 



The Senior "Y" Luncheon Club is a 
fellowship club designed to provide 
Christian fellowship and fine food in a 
homelike, friendly atmosphere. All mem- 
bers of the Senior class belong to the 
club automatically. The club is enter- 



tained each week by various speakers 
selected from the faculty and from the 
student body at large. The ultimate pur- 
pose of the club is to promote a feeling 
of goodwill and Christian brotherhood 
among the students and faculty. 



OFFICERS 

JIM WILSON President 

H. M. HABEEB . . . Vice-President 
SUE MOBGAN . Secretary-Treasurer 
HILDA EVERITT .... Reporter 



Peyton Alexander 
Charles E. Buchanan 
Fred Beckett 
Winton Cain 
J. W. Chatham, Jr. 
William A. Cobb 
Maxine Cole 



Bobby Daniels 
Willie Mae Dearing 
James A. Evans 
Hilda Everitt 
Jeff Fulmer 
|ames S. Griffin 
H. M. Habeeb 



Jamie G. Houston, Jr, 

H. S. Johnson 

J. D. Kirkland, Jr. 

Thurman N. Mauldin 

Mill Maute 

Sue Morgan 

Eric Norman 



Ben ford H. Peeples 
Willie Phillips 
James W. Pou 
John Bawls 
Robert H. Rueff, Jr. 
Bill Stemme 
B. H. Warren, Jr. 
Jim Wilson 



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Anders 

Baine 

Baker 

Barber 

Barber 

Bates 

Collins 



Craig 

Gardner 

Griffith 

Hamill 

Hanna 

Harris 

Hill 



Howard 

Kelly 

Lemons 

McWhorter 

Mitchell 

Bay 

Beynolds 



Sanders 

Savage 

Simmons 

Standifer 

Thomas 

Wallace 

Webb 



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Junior "Y" Luncheon Club 



The Junior "Y" Luncheon Club meets 
at 12:00 noon each Wednesday. Any 
student who is classified as a Junior is 
eligible for membership although other 
students are invited to attend. The pro- 
gram usually consists of food; good, 
wholesome fellowship; a visiting speaker 
who may be a well-informed professor, 
a student, or a professional man; a sing- 
speration, musical, or some other pro- 



gram of interest. The meals are financed 
by the students thus making the club 
self-supporting. Anyone desiring Chris- 
tian friends, fellowship, a good meal, 
interesting and informational programs 
as well as a chance to forget school for 
an hour should come and join the 
JUNIOR "Y" LUNCHEON CLUB in 
the Banquet Room of the YMCA each 
Wednesday. 







OFFICERS 






R. J. REYNOLDS . 


. . . President 


JEAN HARRIS .... 


Secretary 


JOHN B. BAKER . 


. Vice-President 

SAMUEL R 


JOHN M. 
BATES . . . Reporter 

MEMBERS 


SANDERS . . 


Treasurer 


A. T. Anders 
J. Bruce Baine 
John B. Baker 
Joe H. Barber, Jr. 
John Sidney Barber 
Samuel R. Bates 
Fred Carr 
J. C. Collins 


James Craig 
Maynard Gardner 
D. N. Griffith 
Lee Hamill 
Mary Rose Hanna 
Jean Harris 
Earl Hill 
Elizabeth Howard 


Carmen Kelly 
Jack Lemons 
Chester McWhorter 
Bruce Mitchell 
Victor M. Rather, Jr. 
Billy Ray 
R. J. Reynolds 
John M. Sanders 


Betsy Savage 
Paul Simmons 
L. Standifer 
Hannah Strickland 
J. F. Sutton 
J. B. Thomas 
C. E. Wallace 
Joe H. Webb 



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Lord, Lucas, Magruder, Major, Martindale, Beid, Smith 



Sophomore "Y" Luncheon Club 

The Sophomore Luncheon Club is a voluntary unit organization of the Y.M.C.A. composed of any members of 
the Sophomore Class. The club meets each Thursday noon for an hour of good food, inspiring and educational 
programs, and wholesome fellowship. All activities are under the direction of the club's elected officers and 
supervised by the employed staff of the Y.M.C.A. 



OFFICERS 

ABBEY MAGRUDER President 

P. D. HOUSTON Vice-President 

BETTY MARTINDALE Secretary-Treasurer 



Oscar F. Armstrong 
Cosette Ban- 
Devon Bell 
George Berry 
Don R. Branch 
K. Edward Byrd 
Win. O. Cleland 



MEMBERS 

W. Eugene Craft 
Andrew N. Dennis, Jr. 
P. D. Foster, Jr. 
Perrin A. Harmon 
George B. Hogaboom 
P. D. Houston 
Dixie Howell 



William B. Jackson 
Libby (Annie E.) Lord 
Calvin J. Lucas 
Abbey Magruder 
Dorrance D. Major 
Betty Martindale 
Robert J. Reid 
William L. Smith 



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Freshman "V 
Luncheon Club 



A unit organization of the Y. M. C. A., 
this group is composed of freshman taking 
an active part in the "Y" program. All fresh- 
men are eligible to belong to this club, to 
take part in its activities, and enjoy the 
good home-like food served once a week. 
Its purpose is to sponsor a program of social 
and religious activity, and to develop Chris- 
tian leadership among freshmen. Recog- 
nized as the outstanding first-year organiza- 
tion on the campus, the group always in- 
cludes in its ranks those students who are 
later destined to take a leading part in cam- 
pus activities. 



OFFICERS 

JIMMY CROOK President 

ADA JO CAIN .... Vice-President 

TED BRISTER Treasurer 

ANNE STOWERS Secretary 



Donald H. Anderson 
Ernest Bailey 
James Bedenbaugh 
Jimmy Bedwell 
Carl Black, Jr. 
John Blount 
Clinton C. Boyd 
John F. Boyd 
Ada Jo Cain 
Dan Croley 
Bollin Dutro 
William D. Evans 
William E. Evans 
Jommy Failing 
Albert Green 
Joe Edward Hardin 
Jack Harper 
James M. Johnson 
Jesse Joy, Jr. 
John T. Lewis 
Carl Long, Jr. 
Shirley McKay 
Tommy Mikell 



Ed Miles 
Joe Moorhead 
Thomas Moorman 
Winfred Muckelrath 
Harold Nash 
William D. Neal, Jr. 
Bobbv L. Neely 
Willard Oliver 
Tommy Ousley 
Pat Peters 
Bill Phipps 
Roy Riley 
Tom Simmons 
Wilbirn Smith 
Albert Spinks 
Marcie Stewart 
Anne Stowers 
Billy Sykes 
Thomas A. Tullos 
Edward Walker 
Charles Warwick 
Roy Wells 



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Evans 

Evans 

Failing 

Green 



Moorman 
Muckelrath 

Nash 

Neal 

Neely 



Oliver 

Ousley 

Peters 

Phipps 

Riley 



Simmons 

Smith 

Spinks 

Stewart 

Stowers 



Sykes 

Tullos 

Walker 

Warwick 

Wells 




Hardin 

Harper 

Johnson 

Joy 

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Mikell 1 
Miles I 
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Baptist Student Union Executive Council 



The Baptist Student Union is a Church-centered 
movement which seeks to link campus life with the 
life of the Church for the purpose of training Baptist 
young people for Christian leadership in the Church 



and in society. A student automatically becomes a 
member of the BSU when he joins a Baptist Church 
in the College center or one or more of the unit 
organizations of that Church. 



Thames 


Powell 


Buchanan 


Ashley 


Barr 


Martin 


Norman 


Barber 


Morgan 


Asli lev- 


Ducllev 


Reynolds 


Webb 


Gully' 


Hill 


Dallas 



MEMBEBS 

Billy Thames 
President 

Bill Powell 

Enlistment V.-Pres. 

Charles Buchanan 
Socio} V.-Pres. 

Houston Ashley 

Devotional V.-Pres. 

Cosette Barr 

Recording Secy. 

Joe Martin 
Treasurer 

Eric Norman 

Extension Chairman 

Joe Barber 

Publicity Director 

Sue Morgan 
Reporter 

Buford Ashley 
Editor of "Spirit" 

John R. Dudley 
Magazine and 

Ridge crest 
Representative 

R. J. Reynolds 

Sunday School Supt. 

Joe Webb 

B. T. U. Director 

Harold Gully 
Music Director 

Earl Hill 

"Y" Representative 

Dewayne Dallas 
Bus Driver 

S. A. Salter 

Student Secretary 




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Amnion 

Bates 

Baugh 

Blake 

Brady 

Bristow 

Coughlin 



Crowe 

Daigle 

Davis 

DeNicolo 

Duncan 

Fanguy 

Ford 



Garcia 

Goff 

Greco 

Harrison 

Hickman 

Hutton 

Idiaquez 



Jamison 

Kiefer 

Kolb 

Loyacono 

Martinolich 

McGrath 

McHugh 



Miller 

Monty 

Normand 

O'Leary 

Pantoliano 

Patout 

Pecoul 



Reed 
Roesch 
Rodriguez 
Serio 
j Stanton 
P Tucker 
Wilson 



The Newman Club 



The Newman Club was established for the furthering of religious education 
of Catholic students in non-secular schools. 



OFFICERS 



NORMAND G 

Vice-President 



W. DAVIS 



PERCY MILLER W. C. 

President 

F. M. DUNCAN MARY PHILLIPS 

Corres. Sec. Recording Sec. 



Treasurer 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Miss Monica Goen 
F. A. Rhodes 
Father J. T. Martin 



Raul Alvarado 
Preston Amnion 
C. L. Bates, Jr. 
William Baugh 
Waldo Blake 
Bob Brady 
Van Bristow 
Bill Coughlin 
Vincent Crowe 



Cecil J. Daiglt 
George W. Davis 
Salvador DeNicolo 
Frank Duncan 
Bruce Fanguy 
William Ford 
Luis Garcia 
David Goff 
John Greco 



MEMBERS 

William Harrison 
L. H. Hickman 
George Hutton 
Joe Idiaquez 
James Jamison 
Charles Kiefer 
R. C. Kolb 
Charles R. Loyacono 
Andrew Martinolich 



Roger G. McGrath 
Walter McHugh 
Percy Miller 
Charles Monty 
W. C. Normand 
Paul O'Leary 
T. D. Pantoliano 
Eugene Patout 
Ferdinand Pecoul 



E. L. Reddoch 
Jack Reed 
George Roesch 
George Rodriguez 
Frank Serio 
Billy Stanton 
Adolph Sterker 
H. V. Tucie 
Sidney Tucker 
Robert Wilson 



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The Wesley Foundation Counci 



The purpose of the Wesley Foundation is to develop students in worship, creative recreation, whole- 
some friendships, and intelligent churchmanship. A cordial invitation is extended to all to join our fel- 
lowship as we strive to become with all Christians the saving difference between world community and 
world chaos. 



OFFICERS 

REV. FRANK C. FERGUSON Director 

REV. J. W. CHATHAM, JR Student Minister 

REV. JAMIE G. HOUSTON, JR Student Minister 

REV. T. GARLAND KNOTT Student Minister 

WILLIE E. PHILLIPS President 

JOHN E. RAWLS Vice-President 

HILDA JEAN EVERITT Secretary 

JACK LEMMONS Treasurer 

DR. CLYDE Q. SHEELY . Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 



Anders, Albert T. 
Anderson, Donald H. 
Applewhite, Joe C. 
Bacot, Edward 
Bailey, Ernest E. 
Baker, John B. 
Bedenbaugh, James 
Boone, Wesley W. 
Bowers, John 
Boyd, Clinton 
Boyd, Frank 
Cain, Ada Jo 
Cassels, Wilson 
Chatham, J. W., Jr. 
Craft, Gene 



Crumbley, Charles 
Edwards, Douglas 
Everitt, Hilda 
Garretson, John 
Griffin, James E. 
Harbor, Mary Jo 
Heliums, James H. 
Hendricks, James 
Houston, Jamie, Jr. 
Johnson, Eugene 
Keith, Eugene 
Knott, Garland 
Lamon, Fred M., Jr. 
Lemmons, Jack 
Lowery, Robert B. 



Lyle, Billy 
Martindale, Betty 
Montgomery, Bill 
Patrick, Herbert 
Perrott, Coen Eston 
Phillips, Willie 
Porter, James 
Rawls, John 
Ray, John W. 
Robinson, Ronald 
Rutledge, Robert L. 
Savage, Betsy 
Scott, Austin 
Segrest, Ralph H. 
Shields, Edwin W. 



Simmons, Paul N. 
Simpson, George D. 
Stacy, Randle 
Sutton, John Frank 
Swayze, Catherine 
Tennison, Eugene 
Thompson, Leo 
Tisdale, George W. 
Torres, Charles 
Trapp, Turner J. 
Van Wagner, Ann G 
Walker, Edward O. 
Walton, Patricia 
Warnock, Ray 
Williamson, Jasper 



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Anders 

Anderson 

Applewhite 

Bacot 

Bailey 

Baker 

Bedenbough 



Boone 

Bowers 

Boyd 

Bovd 

Cain 

Cassels 

Chatham 



Craft 

Crumbley 

Edwards 

Everitt 

Garretson 

Gridffin 

Heliums 



Hendricks 

Houston 

Johnson 

Keith 

Knott 

Lamon 

Lemmons 



Lowery 

Lyle 

Martindale 

Montgomery 

Patrick 

Perrott 

Phillips 



Porter 

Rawls 

Ray 

Robinson 

Rutledge 

Savage 

Scott 



Segrest 

Shields 

Simmons 

Simpson 

Swayze 

Tennison 

Thompson 



Tisdale 

Torres 

Trapp 

Van Wagner 

Walker 

Walton 

Warnock 

Williamson 





AROON BA 



The famous Maroon Band has long been active in promoting the good will of Mississippi State. Boast- 
ing 90 pieces, the band has staged many thrilling half-time shows at the football games and has led all 
the pep rallies. Sunday afternoon concerts in the Springs are a special feature of the band along with 
its annual Spring concert tour which covers many cities in Mississippi. 

MR. HENRY E. WAMSLEY Director 

MR. D. W. BARTON Assistant Director 

OFFICERS 

BILL COBB President 

GRANVILLE M. MARTIN Vice-President 

JIM WILSON Secretary 

O. B. WOOLEY Treasurer 

BAND COUNCIL MEMBERS 

H. S. Johnson J. D. Kirkland 

Clyde E. Lee Bill Hitch 

G. L. Neill Robert Eiland 

A. H. Boyd Drum Major 

Billie Blake Hartness, Marcie Stewart, Mary Love Gartin . Drum Majorettes 



MEMBERS 



Thomas L. Adams 
Ellis Paul Antoon 
Alvin W. Bentz 
Julian W. Bentz 
Charles S. Borum 
Albert H. Boyd, Jr. 
Roy A. Brinkley, Jr. 
Joseph D. Bristow 
Robert V. Bristow 
James Mc. Brown 
Luta R. Burford 
William E. Byrd 
Carlton L. Carpenter 
Shafer D. Case, Jr. 
William A. Cobb 
Paul A. Conerly 
Samuel L. Corbin 
James W. Crook 
Tommy C. Crook 
Seger H. Collier 
James K. Davidson 
Robert E. Day 
Willie M. Dearing 



Hay ward B. Drane 
Robert L. Eiland 
David H. Epperson 
Alvah R. Estes 
James A. Evans, Jr. 
Leon Faulkner 
Howard C. Friday 
Mary L. Gartin 
Sedley J. Greer 
Howard L. Gritman 
Charles B. Gross 
James Derwin Hankins 
Williard E. Harding, Jr. 
Billie Blake Hartness 
Henry G. Harvey, Jr. 
William A. Hitch, Jr. 
Charles F. Hudson, Jr. 
Harper S. Johnson, Jr. 
Oscar H. Johnson, Jr. 
James C. Joy 
Jesse D. Joy, Jr. 
Walter L. Kidd 
Jewett D. Kirkland, Jr. 



Sidney L. Lane 
Clyde E. Lee 
John E. Lee 
Edward G. Lipsey 
James M. Lofton 
Homer A. Mann 
Henry E. Mattox 
Granville M. Martin 
William Jack Martin 
Edra Lee Maxcy, Jr. 
James T. Melton 
Charles Monty, Jr. 
Robert B. Moor 
O. S. Murf 
John F. Murphy 
James C. McDonald 
John W. McNeal, Jr. 
Randle Warren Nash 
George L. Neill 
George F. Oakes 
Willard B. Oliver 
Hubert Q. Pray 
Marion F. Pruitt 



Roy McPherson Rogers 
Lawrence A. Rowe 
Benjamin F. Sanford 
Sam A. Sarullo 
George D. Simpson 
Marcus F. Shanteau 
Henry W. Starling, Jr. 
Marcie Stewart 
James E. Stone, Jr. 
Jefferson C. Taylor 
Charles H. Templeton 
Charles C. Torres 
Lannis L. Tynes 
Henry E. Wamsley, Jr. 
Ray T. Warnock 
Aleus L. Warren 
Charles L. Waters 
Geoffrey S. Watrous, Jr. 
Willard R. White 
James L. Wilson 
John P. Wise 
John G. Woodward 
Otis B. Wooley 



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Adams 


Antoon 


Bentz 


Bentz 


Borum 






Bristow 


Brown 


Burford 


Bvrd 


Carpenter 


Corbin 


Crook 


Crook 


Collier 


Davidson 


Day 


Dearing 


Estes 


Evans 


Faulkner 


Friday 


Gartin 


Greer 


Gritman 


Hartness 


Harvey 


Hitch 


Hudson 


Johnson 


Johnson 


Joy 


Lane 


Lee 


Lee 


Lipsey 


Lofton 


Mann 


Matt ox 


Murphy 


McDonald 


McNeal 


Nash 


Neill 


Oakes 


Oliver 


Sarullo 


Simpson 


Shanteau 


Starling 


Stewart 


Stone 


Taylor 


Wamsley 


Warnock 


Warren 


Waters 


Watrous 


White 


Wilson 



Boyd 


Brinklev 


Case 


Cobb 


Drane 


Eiland 


Gross 


Hankins 


Joy 


Kidd 


Melton 


Monty 


Pray 


Pruitt 


Templeton 


Torres 


Wise 


Woodward 



Bristow 

Conerly 

Epperson 

Harding 

Kirkland 

Murf 

Bowe 

Tynes 

Wooley 



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Armstrong 
Baine 
Barber 
Beer 



Cain 
Cain 

Carpenter 
Chatham 



Cole 
Dutro 
Everitt 
Gartin 



Grissom 
Harmon 
Hegwood 
Howard 



McKay 
McKeithcn 
Peeples 
Peters 



Phipps 
Batliff 
Stewart 
Stowers 



Walker 
Webster 
Weeks 
Winter 



States Players 



State's Players, under normal school con- 
ditions, present one three-act play each 
semester . This year, of necessity, they 
turned all their attention to radio work, and 
have been very successful. Ultimately 
there will be a program at State which in- 
cludes activity in the fields of radio and 
stagecraft, and, possible, accredited study 
of a course in dramatics. 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES ARMSTRONG . . President 
KATHRYN McKEITHEN Vice-President 
HILDA EVERITT .... Secretary 
SARAH F. RATLIFF . Business Manager 
HERSCHEL LEWIS .. Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 

Charles Armstrong 
Bruce Baine 
Joe Barber 
Ida May Beer 
Jake Brannon 
Ada Jo Cain 
Winton Cain 
Nan Carpenter 
J. W. Chatham, Jr. 
Maxine Cole 
Rollin Dutro 
Hilda Everitt 
Clinton Franklin 
Mary Love Gartin 
Eugenia Grissom 
Perrin Harmon 
B. B. Hartness 
Lois Hegwood 
Bettye Howard 
Norwood Latimer 
John Lewis 
Helena McGruder 
Homer Mann 
Shirley McKay 
Kathryn McKeithen 
Paul O'Leary 
Ben Peeples 
Alix Perry 
Pat Peters 
Billy Phipps 
Sarah F. Ratliff 
Marcie Stewart 
Anne Stowers 
Johnny Walker 
Sam W. Warren 
James Webster 
Lee Weeks 
George Winter 



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Alpha Psi Omega 



Membership in Eta Pi chapter of Alpha 
Psi Omega is the highest honor which can 
accrue to students active in dramatics at 
State. All State's Players hope to belong to 
this, the largest Greek Letter Dramatics 
organization in the country, but reach 
their goal only through hard work and 
accomplishment. 



OFFICERS 

SARAH F. RATLIFF . . 
IDA MAY BEER .... 
CHARLES ARMSTRONG 



. . President 
Vice-President 
. . Secretary 



MEMBERS 

Charles Armstrong 
Ida May Beer 
Maxine Cole 
William Grafton 
Kathryn McKeithen 
Hugh Pierce 
Sarah F. Ratliff 
Lee Weeks 



Armstrong 
Beer 







Cole 
Grafton 



McKeithen 
Pierce 



Ratliff 
Weeks 




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The national order of the Future Farmers of Amer- 
ica was founded in Virginia in 1928. The presentation 
of the local charter was made on July 1, 1934. Mem- 
bership is limited to Juniors and Seniors pursuing a 
degree in vocational agriculture. 

Weekly meetings have featured specialists in agri- 
cultural fields as well as individual members of the 
group. The purpose of the organization is to promote 
the training of teachers of vocational agriculture. 

OFFICERS 

K. L. BUSBY President 

B. H. PENDERGRASS Vice-President 

W. M. TRAMEL Secretary 

F. R. MONTGOMERY Treasurer 

J. H. ASHFORD Reporter 

O. S. SNOWDEN Advisor 

MEMBERS 

Arlington, H. E. Montgomery, Fred R. 

Arthur, John H. Morgan, J. W. 

Ashford, H. E. Morgan, K. C. 

Ashford, J. H. Murray, L. H. 

Bailey, J. W. McBeth, L. G 

Baker, J. B. McCuiston, William G. 

Barlow, E. E. McKenion, L. F. 

Barnes, Davis McMillian, C. L. 

Bartlett, George McMullen, James W. 

Bennett, O. O. Naiper, James P. 

Bidwell, G. L. Neal, H. L. 

Black, Hubert Novack, Frankie 

Black, J. M. O'Bannon, Murl M. 

Boone, D. R. Pace, Hoy 

Breeden, E. S. Palmer, J. A. 

Brewer, James E. Patterson, B. B. 

Brewer, W. L. Pendergrass, Robert H. 

Bruce, M. H. Pennington, C. J. 

Bruton, Samson S. Phillips, Lowell 

Busby, Kendrick L. Pickens, G. S. 

Byars, J. E. Pigford, Bill 

Caldwell, H. R. Planchard, P. C. 

Caves, R. L. Ponder, J. F. 

Caves, V. W. Roberts, Randale 

Chancellor, J. D. Rogers, F. D. 

Childress, L. A. Ross, D. R. 

Cullens, D. L. Roy, T. L. 

Daniels, C. L. Rutledge, H. B. 

Davis, H. L. Sanders, P. D. 

Dinton, S. T. Saucer, C. K. 

Falvey, P. B. Simley, W. Leo 

Freeman, W. V. Simmons, B. F. 

Gibson, Vasure Smith, J. H. 

Googe, H. H. Steele, J. S. 

Gordon, W. D. Stevens, J. A. 

Graham, James W. Stevens, R. L. 

Gray, J. E. Stridden, P. B. 

Hall, Lawton Stuar, W. A. 

Hearn, C. E. Tatum, J. A. 

Hester, D. B. Thompson, Leo 

Hill, C. A. Tingle, Charles 

Hopper, A. L. Tramel, W. M. 

Hosey, Anse J. Tramel, W. T. 

Hull, W. M. Triggs, G. A. 

Hurt, T. G. Tucker, O. B. 

Ishee, R. T. Valentine, Harold 

James, Urban E. Vaughn, E. L. 

Jolly, M. T. Wade, Clifton 

Kennedy, M. V. Waldrop, L. W. 

Kieth, Sam Ware, John R. 

Kirkland, Jack K. Ware, Ried C. 

Kittrell, Louis Warner, P. E. 
Lauderdale, Thomas W. Warnick, C. D. 

Lazenby, H. L. Watts, Lewis R. 

Lewis, R. P. Webb, J. F. 

Lovett, John M. Whitt, B. O. 

Lovett, W. B. Womack, C. S. 

Miskilley, Howard Young, N. D. 
Molpus, G C. 



Future 



Arlington, Arthur, H. Ashford, J. Ashford, Baker, Barlow, Barnes, 
Bartlett, Bennett, Bidwell, Hnber, Black, J. Black, Boone, James 
Brewer, W. Brewer, Bruce, Burton, Busby, Byars, R. Caves, V. Caves, 
Chancellor, Childress. Cullens, Daniels, Davis, Dinton, Everett, 
Falvey, Gibson, Googe, Gordon, Graham, Gray, Hall, Hearn, Hester, 
Hill, Hooper, Hosey, Huff, Hurt, Ishee, James, Jolly, Kennedy, 




Farmers of America 



Kittrell, Lazenby, Lewis, Lovett, Miskilley, Montgomery, J. Morgan, K. Morgan, McBeth, McCuisfon, McMillian, McKenion, McMullen, 
Naiper, Neal, Novack, O'Branon, Pace, Palmer, Patterson, Pendergrass, Pennington, Phillips, Pickens, Pigford, Planchard, Ponder, Rob- 
erts, Rogers, Rov, Rutledge, Sanders, Saneer, Simley, Simmons, Smith, Steele, J. Stevens, R. Stevens, Stricklen, Stuart, Tatum, Thompson, 
Tingle, W. Tramel, T. Tramel, Triggs, Tucker, Valentine, Vaughn, Wade, Waldrop, Warner, Warnick, Watts, Webb, Whitt, Womack, 
Young. 




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Agricultural Club 



To promote the progress of scientific agriculture; to give students of agriculture training in public ex- 
pression through practice in various group activities; to cultivate a sense of brotherhood among fellow 
agriculturists; and to carry from this institution a knowledge of a better way of life for rural Mississippi— 
these are the principles and aims of the Agricultural Club. 

Any student enrolled in the School of Agriculture is eligible for membership with special consideration 
being given to Freshmen and Sophomores who are not active in other organizations. 

The Agricultural Club is sponsor of the celebrated Ag. Festival of prewar years which was reactivated 
last session after a dormancy of several years during the war. 



OFFICERS 

MALCOLM M. RANDOLPH President 

LEONARD A. MOBLEY Vice-President 

HUSHEL L. MOSS Secretary-Treasurer 

AARON D. DALLAS ' . . . . Reporter 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Dean E. B. Colmer Dean Frank J. Welch 



MEMBERS 



Vernon R. Ashley 
Robert E. Atkinson 
Frederick E. Beckett 
James W. Beckett 
Raymond Beckwith 
William E. Bolton 
Don R. Branch 
William C. Bunsen 
Ellis Carter 
James H. Claunch 



Aaron D. Dallas 
Aubie C. Davis 
Sim James Dixon, Jr. 
Raymond Dowdle 
L. J. Dunkin 
John C. Freeman 
Jimmie D. Gibson 
John R. Henry 
Verner G. Hurt 
Lewis P. Jenkins 



John R. Lawshe 
Rupert F. Martin 
James W. Miller 
Leonard A. Mobley 
Hushel L. Moss 
Wallace R. McAlexander 
Thomas E. Oakes 
William T. Pannel 
Guy Parsons 



Millard M. Price 
Willis T. Pritchard 
Malcolm M. Randolph 
Alfred S. Reed, Jr. 
William Slime 
Hubert Tomlinson 
Walter A. White 
Charles Williams 
Addison H. Wynn 



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Ashley 

Branch 

Dixon 

Hurt 

Moss 

Pritchard 



Atkinson 

Bunsen 

Dowdle 

Jenkins 

McAlexander 

Randolph 



Beckett 

Carter 

Dunkin 

Lawshe 

Oakes 



Beckett 

Claunch 

Freeman 

Martin 

Pannel 



Beckwith 

Dallas 

Gibson 

Miller 

Parsons 



Bolton 

Davis 

Henry 

Mobley 

Price 



Reed 



Tomlinson 



White 



Williams 



Wynn 



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The Agriculture 
Administration Club 



Bain 

Beckwith 
Burchfield 
Brewer 



Brown 
Byrd 
Crockett 
Dallas 



The Agriculture Administration Club was founded 
in 1938 by E. B. Colmer, Assistant Dean of Agricul- 
ture. The object of the Administration Club is to 
bring a closer relationship and promote a higher 
scholastic standard among the students of Agriculture 
Administration, also to acquaint the students with the 
duties they will be expected to perform upon com- 
pletion of their course. This is achieved by having 
distinguished people from the Experiment and Ex- 
tension Stations speak to the men on the duties re- 
quired in this field of work. 



Davis 
Davis 
Dixon 
Gee 



Goodman 
Gray 
Hardin 
Harris 



OFFICERS 

LEE THOMPSON President 

CHARLES BYRD Vice-President 

W. O. DAVIS Secretary and Treasurer 

JOHN RUSSELL Reporter 



Jones 






Jones 






Leatherwood 






Miller 






Monroe 


MEMBERS 


Peterson 






Bussell 


William C. Bain 


Aubin Harris 


Sardor 


Raymond Beckwith 


Calvin D. Harrison 




J. D. Burchfield 


Bennie Jones 




J. C. Brewer 


Irven Jones 




Thomas Brown 


W. L. Leatherwood 




Charles Byrd 


Clyde Miller 




L. T. Can- 


L. L. Monroe 




Charles G. Crockett 


M. W. Peterson 




Aaron D. Dallas 


John Russell 


Seale 


R. K. Davis 


H. C. Sanford 


Sims 


W. O. Davis 


Ray Sardor 


Sparkman 


Chris Dixon 


A. D. Seale 


Thompson 
Ware 


Billy Gee 

W. F. Goodman 


W. C. Sims 
Harold Sparkman 




W. M. Gray 


Lee H. Thompson 




C. A. Hardin 


John Dale Ware 



The Agriculture Economics Club 



The Agriculture Economics Club is an organization composed of Agriculture 
Economic and Agriculture Administration majors. The primary purpose of this 
club is to promote interest along economic lines in Agriculture; to help students 
get a clearer and more comprehensive understanding of economic problems in 
Mississippi and the United States. To bring the students and administrative 
leaders closer together and to acquaint the student with some of the state, dis- 
trict, and county leaders in agriculture. 

OFFICERS 

HUSHEL L. MOSS . . . President 

JIMMIE GIBSON . Vice-President 

JOHN ROLAND HENRY 

Secretary and Treasurer 

DOC LEON TRIGGS . . Reporter 

DR. R. J. SAVILLE . . . Advisor 

HONORARY MEMRERS 

Prof. Ernest B. Colmer Prof. David W. Parvin 

Prof. B. K. Doyle Prof. John C. Redman 



MEMRERS 

Robert Edgar Atkinson 
William C. Brunson 
Auby C. Davis 
Levi Jackson Dunkin 
A. J. Gaberino, Jr. 
Jimmie Gibson 
Robert C. Haney 
John Roland Henry 
Charles S. Hill 
Charles Valrie James 
Lewis P. Jenkins 
Bryce D. Jordan 
Otis G. Lancaster 
Julius Long 
James W. Marshall 
Raymond H. McRae 
Leonard A. Mobley 
Hushes L. Moss 
Malcolm M. Randolph 
Talmadge M. Ray born 
Ralph W. Shaw 
Doc Leon Triggs 
Chester M. Wells, Jr. 



Atkinson 


Brunson 


Davis 


Dunkin 




Garberino 


Gibson 


Haney 


Henry 


Hill 


James 


Jenkins 




Jordan 


Lancaster 


Long 


McRae 


Mobley 


Moss 


Randolph 


Rayborn 


Shaw 


Triggs 


Wells 




Mississippi State College 4-H Club 



The Mississippi State College 4-H Club was reor- 
ganized as a local chapter March 10, 1948. It was 
composed of boys who had been active in 4-H work 
in high school. 

The purpose of this organization is to provide for- 
mer 4-H Club members who are attending college 
an opportunity to maintain contacts with one another 
and with the Extension Division; to create good fel- 
lowship and a desire for leadership among the 4-H 
Club members of this institution, and to provide for 
college students a society in which to study and dis- 
cuss rural problems. 



Alliston 

Baird 

Berry 



Caffey 

Carty 

Conerly 



OFFICERS 

ROUSE CAFFEY President 

JOHN LAVVSHE Vice-President 

KENNETH REYNOLDS Secretary 

CHARLES ALLISTON . . . Publicity Chairman 
H. S. JOHNSON Faculty Advisor 



Fernandez 

Fletcher 

Hedgepeth 



MEMBERS 

Charles Alliston 
Andrew VV. Baird 
George Berry 
Rouse Caffey 
Weyman Carty 
Louis Conerly 
Frank Fernandez 
George Fletcher 
John Hedgepeth 
Edgar E. Johnson 
Robert Lawshe 
Maurice Layton 
Carl Long 
Bryan Miskelly 
Winfred Muckelrath 
Kenneth Reynolds 



Johnson 
Lawshe 
Layton 



Long 

Muckelrath 

Beynolds 




Horticulture Club 




The Horticulture Club was founded by the present 
head of the Horticulture Department, W. S. Anderson. 
Recently the organization became a junior member of 
the American Society for Horticultural Science. Its 
purpose is to intensify interest, give training in extra- 
curricular activities, and provide social contact. 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES JOHNSON President 

LEON B. YOUNG Vice-President 

WILLIAM J. STEMME . . . Secretary-Treasurer 
GEORGE OELSCHIG Reporter 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

W. S. Anderson, Advisor J. P. Overcash 
F. S. Batson E. W. McElwee 

J. B. Edmond C. H. Ragland 

M. P. Brewton 



Love 
Matlock 




MEMBERS 


Mayers 


Alfred Alexander Allen 


D. E. Johnson 


Meena 


Paul O. Beard 




J. Harvey Love 




C. O. Box 




F. C. Matlock 




James Lee Brand 




Daniel Mayers 




Baxter Chance 




Victor Hugo Meena 




Cecil J. Daigle 




J. E. Nail 


Nail 


Vincent Anthony 


Dauro 


G. H. Oelschig 


Oelschig 

Page 

Pou 


Walter E. Davis 
S. J. Dixon 




Frand C. Page 
James W. Pou 




Roy C. Fanguy 




William Rich 




Miller Talmadge 


blowers 


William J. Stemme 




Mike Habeeb 




J. Frank Sutton 




Charles Hannah 




C. L. Terre 




R. H. Hickman 




W. O. Thomas 


Rich 
Stemme 
Terrell 
Young 


Roland H. Hough 
R. L. Jackson 
Charles Johnson 




W. W. Watson 
John Whitaker 
Leon Young 




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Burnliam 
Parsons 



Clark 
Ruffin 



Denton 
Simmons 



Jackson 
Tanner 



Junk 

Thompson 



Nelms 
Turner 



Parker 
Whitfield 



Forestry Club 



The Forestry Club was founded September, 1946, 
the first year a two-year pre-forestry course was of- 
fered at Mississippi State College. 

Richard Lewis was the first President. He is now 
a senior in the school of Forestry at Louisiana State 
University. 

Purposes of the Club are to promote good relations 
among all forestry students and agriculture students 



taking forestry; to serve as a forum for guest speakers 
on forestry and conservation subjects; to promote social 
and cultural relations among the forestry students. 

The Club holds meetings twice monthly. It also 
provides entertainment in the way of picnics and 
fishing. 

One member of the Forestry staff serves as faculty 
advisor. 



OFFICERS 

JAMES BURNHAM President 

WILLIAM DAVID CLARK .... Vice-President 

CLYDE L. ODOM Secretary-Treasurer 

PROFESSOR MONTY PAYNE . . Faculty Advisor 



Bonner, Singleton 

Burnham, James W. 

Clark, William David 

Coates, Thomas 

Denton, Walter Malcolm Odom, Clyde L. 



MEMBERS 

Jackson, William Badon Parker, R. L. 

Junk, Virgil Sharp Parsons, Guy Arthur 

Kent, Norman Carruth Redus, William Roland 

Nelms, Fred Walter Ruffin, William Hemy 



Tanner, Reet S. 
Thompson, Warren 
Turner, Wallace Edward 
Whitfield, Fred Worth 



Simmons, Thomas Roger Williams, Dan Luther 



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Dairy Club 



The Dairy Club consists of students 
from Dairy Husbandry and Dairy Man- 
ufacturing. Meetings are held every 



two weeks, and outstanding speakers are 
invited in to speak on subjects pertain- 
ing to problems of Dairying. 



OFFICERS 

FRED L. JORDAN . . . President 
MAURICE V. KENNEDY 

Vice-President Al f° rd 
A. L. McMILLAN .... Secretary Anyan 
J. E. GARRISON .... Treasurer 
J. A. WORTHINGTON . . Reporter aush 

Boland 



Bearden 



PROGRAM COMMITTEE 



L. O. Meadows 




S. Stennet 


Clark 




Cooper 




Daley 


^ULTY ADVISORS 


Davis 


Prof. F. H. Herzer 


Doler 


Prof. W. C. Cowsert 




Prof. C. J. Honer 




Prof. E. W. Custer 




Prof. John Lusk 






Galbreath 




Garrison 


MEMBERS 
H. H. Afford 

An hi*Qi7 A ni7on 


Jordan 

Kennedy 

Lloyd 



M. L. Rush 
W. R. Roland 
H. J. Rearden 

E. M. Clark 
Earl R. Cooper 
C. R. Daley 
M. E. Davis 

J. W. Doler 
W. C. Flynt 
J. F. Galbreath 
J. E. Garrison 

F. L. Jordan 
M. V. Kennedy 
Charles Lloyd 
M. V. Lazenby 
T. C. Lowe 

J. V. Lynam 
L. O. Meadows 
A. L. McMillan 
R. Morris 
T. E. Oakes 
R. R. Patterson 
Jack E. Ray 
J. A. Randle 
O. G. Robertson 
Paul Simmons 
J. H. Shettles 
T. W. Sparks 
C. P. Stroble 
W. F. Suttle 
J. C. Wells 

G. A. Worthington 
S. D. Young 



Lynam 

Meadows 

McMillan 

Morris 

Oakes 



Patterson 

Ray 

Robertson 

Simmons 

Shettles 



Sparks 

Stroble 

Suttle 

Wells 

Worthington 

Young 




Block and Bridle 



On December 2, 1919, students who represented four Animal Husbandry Clubs met in Chicago and 
formed the National Block and Bridle Club . . . Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri being charter 
chapters. Today the roster contains twenty-six chapters. 

The Block and Bridle Club has three main objectives: 

To promote a higher scholastic standard among students of Animal Husbandry. 

To promote Animal Husbandry, especially all phases of student Animal Husbandry work in colleges 
and universities. 

To bring about a closer relationship between students, faculty, and others engaged in Animal Hus- 
bandry. 



OFFICERS 

HOMER C. MOODY President 

JOHN W. GUERRY Vice-President 

J. A. BARWICK .'..... Secretary 

BILLY [. CARTER Treasurer 



Mr. H. H. Leveck 

Mr. P. G. Bedenbough 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Mr. J. L. Fletcher 



Mr. B. F. Barrentine 
Mr. D. R. Pingrey 



Raymond Aust 
Royce Aust 
Charles Barnett 
J. A. Bar wick 
Calvin Boone 
Carl Bozeman 
R. O. Buckley 
John Burns 
William Canon 
Billy Carter 
James Chancellor 
Joe Clements 
Harold Coleman 
Louis Conerlv 
H. B. Doolittle 
Albert Fleming 
Maynard Gardner 
Edward Grerry 
John Guerry 
Howard Hailey 



MEMBERS 

L. M. Hicks 
Otter D. Jackson 
Leo Leake 
James Lee 
James Locke 
Robert Lowery 
Earl Lundy 
Harold Martin 
Joe Martin 
Rupert Martin 
Warren Martin 
William Martin 
Leon McWilliams 
W. H. Montgomery 
Homer Moody 
Emory Morrison 
E. G. Morton 
Byron Moss 
William Newman 
William Noble 



James Orr 
Herbert Patrick 
Coen Perrutt 
Davis Randle 
George Rome 
J. C. Sides 
William Sissell 
Percy Spears 
Clyde Smith 
J. A. Speights 
Raleigh Spinks 

A. B. Stevens 
Troy Storm 
Noxie Taylor 
Henry Thomas 
Henry Thomason 

B. H. Virden 
Alton Westbrook 
John Wiygul 



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Boone 


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Carter 


Chancellor 




Clements 




Coleman 


Gardner 


Guerry 


Guerry 




Hailey 




Hicks 


Lowery 


Lundy 
Moody 


Martin, H. 




Martin, J. 




Martin, R. 


Montgomery 


Morrison 




Morton 




Moss 


Patrick 


Perrutt 


Randle 


Rome 




Sides 


Sissell 


Spinks 


Stevens 


Storm 


Taylor 




Thomas 


Thomason 



Bozeman 
Conerly 
Jackson 
Martin, W. 
Newman 




Buckley 
Doolittle 
Leake 
Martin, W. 
Noble 



Spears 
Virden 



Smith 
Westbrook 



Burns 

Fleming 

Lee 

McWilliams 

Orr 

Speights 
Wiygul 



American Society of Agricultural Engineers 



The A.S.A.E. was organized in 1926 for the purpose of promoting the interests of students in agricul- 
tural engineering. Membership is restricted to four-year agricultural engineering students and Juniors 
and Seniors of the agricultural engineering major. The club meets bimonthly and features guest speakers 
who are outstanding men in the field of agriculture. The club is active in all college activities, with 
special emphasis on agricultural day and intermural sports. 



OFFICERS 

J. F. GILLENTINE President 

W. A. BYRD Vice-President 

F. W. BECKETT Secretary 

J. H. OAKMAN Treasurer 

J. W. LONG Reporter and Program Chairman 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

W. C. Howell F. E. Edwards 



Agnew, L. B. 
Arant, H. M. 
Avery, T. M. 
Azlin, J. M. 
Beckett, F. W. 
Booth, H. E. 
Booth, J. R. 
Bowie, A. J. 
Broome, R. H. 
Brown, C. H. 
Brown, CM. 
Burch, S. K. 
Byrd, V. 
Burrell, J. L. 
Burrell, L. M. 
Byrd, W. E. 
Carter, J. C, Jr. 
Clark, B. O. 
Covington, L. H. 
Dickerson, R. L. 
Dudley, J. R. 



MEMBERS 

Easley, O. W. 
Flemming, H. F. 
Flowers, J. M. 
Gillentine, J. F. 
Goodwin, J. C. 
Harbour, W. B. 
Harbour, W. L. 
Harrison, J. R. 
Hill, J. B. 
Jordan, J. E. 
Lewis, J. T. 
Long, A. C, Jr. 
Lusk, W. T. 
McClure, R. L. 
McGee, W. J. 
McLeod, G. C, Jr. 
McMurphy, J. H. 
McPherson, J. W. 
McVey, J. L. 
Miller, D. L. 
Monty, C, Jr. 



Oakman, J. H. 
Oliver, J. H. 
Orr, A. J. 
Parker, J. T. 
Pilgrim, C. S. 
Reed, A. S. 
Reynolds, R. J. 
Riggan, C. E. 
Roberts, E. H. 
Shirley, T. C. 
Stokes, L. L., Jr. 
Taylor, C. J. 
Tisdale, C. B. 
Vaughn, G. L. 
Walters, S. A. 
Watson, D. E. 
Watts, J. T. 
Weeks, L. R. 
White, T. L. 
Williams, R. E. 
Wilson, M. D. 



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Agnew 
Burch 
Flennning 
Long, J. W. 
Oliver 

Taylor 



Arant Azlin Beckett Booth, H. E. Booth, J. R. Bowie 

Bnrrell, J. L. Burrell, L. M. Byrd, V. Byrd, W. E. Carter Clark Covington Dickerson 

Gillentine Goodwin Harbour, W. B. Harbour, W. L. Harrison, J. R. Hill Jordan Lewis 

Lusk McClure McLeod McMurphy McPherson McVey Miller Monty 

Orr Parker Pilgrim Reed Reynolds Riggan Roberts Shirley 



Broome Brown, C. H. Brown, C. M. 

Dudley 
Long, A. C. 
Oakman 
Stokes 



Tisdale 



Vaughn 



Walters 



Watson 



Weeks 



White 



Williams 



Wilson 




American Society of Civil Engineers 

The Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers at Mississippi State College was estab- 
lished to show students how they may enrich their college courses by beginning those professional asso- 
ciations and contacts which, continued through life, are invaluable to the practicing engineer. 

The organization under the leadership of capable officers has this year surpassed all previous records 
in membership and attendance since it was activated at Mississippi State College in 1936. 



OFFICERS 

JOHN W. CAUSEY President 

WILLIAM W. CURTIS Vice-President 

DAN M. BADER Secretary 

M. E. JOHNSON Treasurer 



Amnion, Ulmont T. 
Anderson, John L. 
Applewrite, Joe C. 
Appleton, William F. 
Ashley, James R. 
Bader, Dan M. 
Barnes, Harry H. 
Barton, William M. 
Beasley, Horace W. 
Beazkey, Curtis E. 
Bell, Leon W. 
Bennett, Joseph D. 
Bethea, George H. 
Bickerstaff, Jack M. 
Box, Moses R. 
Brewer, David E. 
Caldwell, John H. 
Causey, John W. 
Clements, William C. 
Coggin, Benton G. 
Collier, Joe H. 
Conn, James E. 
Cooper, Walter B. 
Cope, Walter E. . 
Coughlin, Daniel W. 
Crow, Joe M. 
Curtis, William W. 
Davis, George W. 
Dawsey, Joseph V. 
Delmas, Ralph P. 
Dent, Jack H. 
Dettman, James E. 
Dixon, James W. 
Draper, Charles E. 
Easter, James E. 
Echols, Robert L. 
Fisher, Baxter J. 
Flint, James R. 
Ford, William H. 
Forrest, Thomas L. 
Fryar, Joe B. 
Garcia, Luis G. 
Garretson, Harry F. 
Gee, Yet L. 



MEMBERS 

Gee, Yeun Lin 
Gilruth, Herbert D. 
Gladney, T. G. 
Godbold, Duncan L. 
Godbold, Samuel L. 
Goodman, Arthur L. 
Greco, John A. 
Gregory, John B. 
Griffin, Murray S. 
Hanna, James H. 
Harrison, Robert S. 
Hatcher, Alton P. 
Hill, John W. 
Hilton, William O. 
Holmes, Richard M. 
Howell, Roy 
Hutchison, John I. 
Jackson, Ralph D. 
James, James G. 
Jaynes, Samuel L. 
Johnson, Eugene E. 
Johnson, James S. 
Johnson, Mims E. 
Jones, Gay D. 
Joyner, James. 
Kennedy, John P. 
Lancaster, Robert M. 
Langdon, John C. 
Langston, John C. 
Ledbetter, Robert T. 
Leese, Grady W. 
Lewis, Cecil H. 
Long, Adrian L. 
Lylem, Billy B. 
McBride, Robert A. 
McDearman, Bernard E. 
McDonald, William 
Mallory, Arnie M. 
Malvaney, Edgar L. 
Mason, Ray T. 
Mathis, Ernst R. 
Matthes, Carl E. 
Miller, Herbert G. 
Miller, Walter T. 



Morris, Ernest 
Norton, John O. 
Oglesby, James R. 
Peters, James R. 
Poe, William E. 
Price, Robert A. 
Prince, John R. 
Pryor, James W. 
Ratlift, George D. 
Roach, John W. 
Roberts, Lawrence M. 
Sanders, James R. 
Santmyer, John T. 
Scholtes, Robert M. 
Scott, Jack D. 
Shelton, Billy W. 
Simmons, Albert B. 
Sloan, Richard 
Smith, Charles P. 
Smith, Eugene B. 
Spencer, Ellis L. 
Stacks, William C. 
Stanton, John H. 
Stevenson, William P. 
Sterken, Adolphe F. 
Stinson, Raymond O. 
Stroud, Buford D. 
Sutherland, Joe A. 
Templeton, Alexis E. 
Terrel, Harry 
Thomas, Walter G. 
Twaddle, Cooper J. 
Ulery, Harry H. 
Van Brocklin, Finley G. 
Verell, Bennie D. 
Whitaker, James V. 
White, John D. 
Williams, Marcus D. 
Willis, Edward S. 
Wilson, Kenneth V. 
Winders, Joseph W. 
Woodward, James W. 
Woodward, John G. 
Worthington, Thomas W. 
York, Hansell N. 



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Amnion; Anderson, Applewhite, Appleton, Bader, Barnes, Barton, Bennett, Bethea, Brewer; Causey, Clements, Coggin, Collier, Conn, 
Cope, Couglin, Crow, Curtis, Davis; Dawsey, Dent, Dettman, Dixon, Draper, Echols, Flint, Ford, Forrest, Fryar; Garcia, Garretson, 
Yet Gee, Yuen Gee, Gladney, D. Godbold, S. Godbold, Goodman, Griffin, Hanna; Harrison, Hatcher, Hill, Hilton, Holmes, Howell, 
Jackson, James, Jaynes, Johnson; Jones, Kennedy, Lancaster, Langston, Lewis, Long, Lyle, Mallory, Mason, Mathis; Matthes, Miller 
Morris, Norton, Peters, Poe, Pryor, Sanders, Santmyer, Scholtes; Scott, Shelton, Simmons, Sloan, C. Smith, Stacks, Stevenson, Stroud, 
Templeton, Thomas; Whitaker, Williams, Willis, Wilson, Winders, J. Woodward, G. Woodward, Worthington, York. 



American Institute of Electrical Engineers 



The membership of the Mississippi State College Branch of 
AIEE consists of Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores who have 
chosen the Electrical Engineering field as their profession. This 
Branch was organized and granted a charter in 1925. By attend- 
ing electrical engineering conventions and visiting electrical 
installations, student members are kept abreast of new develop- 
ments in their field. The purpose of the student organization is 
to develop the individual engineer, and thus to maintain a high 
professional standing among the membership of AIEE. 



OFFICERS 

JEBE D. HABRISON Chairman 

BILLY H. BURDINE Vice-Chairman 

BRUCE J. FANGUY Secretary-Treasurer 



L. L. Patterson 
H. C. Simrall 
W. L. Brown 
P. B. Jacob 
1. C. McKee 



Alden, R. M. 
Allen, J. M. 
Alexander, J. P. 
Anderson, D. A. 
Anderson, T. 
Auter, H. F. 
Barber, J. S. 
Bozone, T. M. 
Bradford, J. 
Buchanan, E. L. 
Burdine, B. H. 
Cannon, J. L. 
Carlson, K. W. 
Carnathan, W. C. 
Carter, W. C. 
Chapman, D. C. 
Clark, G. L. 
Cocke, E. 
Collins, J. C. 
Covington, L. H. 
Cross, W. T. 
Daniels, H. J. 
Davidson, J. K. 
Downing, G. C. 
Dunning, E. G. 
Easterling, J. R. 
Ellis, H. G. 
Evans, H. M. 
Fanguy, B. J. 
Fillingame, J. A. 
Flippen, E. G. 
Franks, R. H. 
Gardner, T. A. 
Goff, D. S. 
Gong, D. J. 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

H. M. Taylor 
VV. L. Brown 
L. B. Farabee 
P. T. Hutchison 
M. M. Cox 



Pi. S. Wiseman 
R. L. Smith, Jr. 
K. J. Boehme 
A L. Shelley 
S. L. Wolley 



MEMBERS 

Goodson, C. M. 
Griffin, J. E. 
Guyton, R. D. 
Harding, W. E. 
Harrison, J. D. 
Harvey, J. M. 
Hemphill, J. 
Holland, H. T. 
Hubbard, W. H. 
James, O. B. 
Joftrion, F. D. 
Jones, D. O. 
Jones', R. P. 
Kellis, E. P. 
Kelly, S. D. 
Kirby, W. L. 
Knox, D. 
Laird, H. W. 
Lancaster, J. L. 
Loposer, T. L. 
Loudin, T. K. 
Lemaster, A. R. 
Maxcy, T. R. 
McClanahan, D. S. 
McCulley, C. R. 
McDonald, C. L. 
McCann, W. H. 
McGee, C .T. 
McMullen, H. G. 
McNeel, E. 
McNeill, G. C. 
McWhorter, J. L. 
Milstead, A. W. 
Moore, H. R. 
Mott, J. A. 



Mullens, R. E. 
Mullican, R. D. 
Neill, G. L. 
Oglesby, J. L. 
Parker, J. L. 
Pearson, H. M. 
Phillips, W. 
Pierce, R. C. 
Pittman, W. C. 
Pray, H. Q. 
Robley, R. 
Scott, T. W. 
Shaw, R. W. 
Shoemaker, M. C 
Sinclair, R. C. 
Smith, R. E. 
Speights, M. T. 
Sumrall, J. L. 
Swindall, R. E. 
Sylvester, J. H. 
Warren, H. B. 
Teeuwissen, C. 
Thompson, J. M. 
Travis, M. H. 
Tynes, L. L. 
Waters, C. L. 
Watrous, G. S. 
Welch, W. W. 
Williams, J. S. 
Willis, R. C. 
Wilson, C. C. 
Wilson, H. M. 
Wilson, H. W. 
Woleben, W. D. 
Yelverton, M. J. 




Aden, Alexander, D. Anderson, T. Anderson, Anter, Barber, Bozone, Bradford, Buchanan, Burdine, Cannon, Carlson, Carnathan; Carter, 
Chapman, Clark, Cocke, Collins, Covington, Cross, Danield, Davidson, Downing, Dunning, Easterling, Ellis; Evans, Fanguy, Fillingame, 
Flippin, Franks, Gardner, GofF, Gong, Goodson, Griffen, Guyton, Harding, Harrison; Harvey, Hayclen, Hemphill, Holland, Hubbard, 
James, Joffrion, D. Jones, B. Jones, Kellv, Kirby, Knox Laird; Lancaster, Loposer, Loudin, Lemaster, Maxcy, McClanahan, McCulley, 
McDonald, McCann, McGee, McMullen, McNeel, McNeill; McWhorter, Milstead, Moore, Mott, Mullens, Mullican, Neill, Oglesby, Parker, 
H. Pearson, B. Pearson, Phillips, Pearce; Pittman, Pray, Bobley, Scott, Shaw, Shoemaker, Sinclair, Speights, Sumrall, Swindall, Sylvester, 
Teeuwissen, Thompson; Travis, Tynes, Warren, Waters, Watrous, Welch, Williams, Willis, C. Wilson, H. Wilson, W. Wilson, Woleben, 
Yelverton. 




The American Society of Mechanical Engineers 



The organization is composed of students regularly enrolled under a mechanical engineering curriculum 
here at Mississippi State College. It offers to the engineering student the opportunities of discussions of 
technical, engineering, and vocational questions of value for student guidance, and for the student's later 
professional development and recognition. 

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers tends to promote the art and science of mechanical en- 
gineering and allied arts and sciences, and it encourages original research. Advancement of the standards 
of engineering profession and hroadening of the usefulness of the engineering profession are among its 
chief purposes. 



OFFICERS 

A. C. GARNER, JR Chairman 

T. N. MAULDIN V ice-Chairman 

L. O. MAYHAN, JR Secretary-Treasurer 

MR. H. P. NEAL Honorary Chairman 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



E. D. Myers 
W. R. Berry 

C. N. Laughter 

D. M. McCain 



M. L. Pevey 
Kern Pratt 
J. VV. Ward 



Ashley, H. W. 
Atwood, C. W. 
Barnett, W. E. 
Barton, D. W. 
Bates, J. L. 
Bending, W. H. 
Boggs, I. E. 
Caperton, W. H. 
Cherry, J. C. 
Clark, M. P. 
Clogston, T. M. 
Coe, B. S. 
Cook, J. W. 
Coulombe, [. II. 
Curtis, T. V. 
Denson, L. L. 
East, W. H. 
Etheridge, R. D. 
Falgo, E. J. 
Foreman, C. A. 
Flanary, R. J. 



MEMBERS 

Freeman, R. G. 
Garner, A. C. 
Golden, B. B. 
Gorg, R. W. 
Graham, M. O. 
Griffin, H. H. 
Hall, J. P. 
Hamilton, J. S. 
Hankins, J. D. 
Herrington, W. B. 
James, J. N. 
Kirkland, J. D. 
Lee, J. E. 
Littlejohn, M. W. 
Lossett, J. H. 
Mauldin, T. N. 
Mayhan, L. O. 
McCaskill, O. L. 
McDaniel, G. O. 
McDonald, L. Q. 
McHugh, W. M. 



Moore, J. A. 
Mosgovov, N. M. 
Moss, A. F. 
Norman, J. E. 
Overton, H. C. 
Pandolfi, T. 
Perkins, R. H. 
Powell, R. L. 
Rice, R. P. 
Sessums, H. O. 
Shanteau, M. F. 
Sheperd, T. C. 
Smith, E. M. 
Smith, H. E. 
Spang, H. 
Strain, H. F. 
Summerford, L. 
Thorton, R. B. 
Upton, P. H. 
Weil, C. G. 
Winter, E. R. 



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Ashley, Atwood, Burnett, Barton, Bates, Bending, Boggs, Caperton; Cherry, Clark, Clogston, Coe, Cook, Coulombe, Curtis, Denson; East, 
Etheridge, Falgo, Foreman, Freeman, Garner, Golden, Gorg; Graham, Griffin, Hall, Hankins, Herrington, James, Kirkland, Lee; Little- 
john, Lossett, Mauldin, Mayhan, McCaskill, McDaniel, McDonald, McHugh; Moore, Moss, Norman, Overton, Pandolfi, Perkins, Powell, 
Sessums, Shanteau; Shepherd, E. Smith, H. Smith, Strain, Summerford, Thorton, Upton, Weil, Winter. 




Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 



The Student Branch of the Institute of the Aero- 
nautical Sciences is composed of students who have 
is to advance and disseminate knowledge of the theory 
been accepted as members by the I. A. S. Its purpose 
and practice of the aeronautical sciences; to provide 
to students the opportunity to become acquainted with 
the personnel and activities of the I. A. S.; and to en- 
courage professional consciousness and fellowship. 



Facilities of the New York I. A. S. library, composed 
of many valuable technical publications, are avail- 
able to the student members. Guest speakers are 
invited to the campus as often as possible to give 
members an opportunity to have current topics and 
employment possibilities discussed by those who are 
directly connected with the aircraft industry. 



OFFICERS 

LEWIS J. O'KELLY Chairman 

WILLIAM L. GRAFTON .... Vice-Chairman 
WILLIAM S. HUNTINGTON .... Treasurer 
BARNEY L. LEWIS . . Corresponding Secretary 
WILLIAM W. WOODWARD . Recording Secretary 
PROF. F. S. EDWARDS .... Faculty Advisor 







MEMBERS 






Eugene Blanks 
William A. Bourne, Jr. 
John L. Bunch, Jr. 
John A. Carter 
Gerald P. Dealing 
William L. Grafton 


William S. Huntington 
Barney L. Lewis 
Emily Anne Luckett 
Herman D. McDonald 
Perch H. Miller 
Lewis J. OKelly 


Adrian P. O'Neal 
Otis A. Prater 
Edwin W. Prinz 
John E. Revell 
George E. Rodriguez 


Jerome Rossoff 
William T. Rowe 
William M. Savelle 
Norman Wise 
William Woodward 


Blanks 

Luckett 

Revell 


Bourne 

McDonald 

Rodriguez 


Bunch Carter 
Miller OKelly 
Rossoff Rowe 


Grafton 
O'Neal 
Savelle 


Huntington Lewis 
Prater Prinz 
Wise Woodward 




Society for the Advancement 
of Management 



OFFICERS 




JAMES P. HALL . President 




MICHAEL D. McKINNON 

Vice-President 


Foreman 

Hall 

Kicld 


MARVIN W. LITTLEJOHN 

Secretary 
ROBERT H. RUEFF 

Treasurer 




MEMBERS 




R. D. Avara 


Kirkland 
Leflore 


James Leon Bates 


Littlejohn 


J. E. Crowell 




Charles W. Flynn 




C. A. Foreman 




James Phillip Hall 




Walter Kidd 


Mauldin 


Jewett Dalga Kirkland, Jr. 
Charles L. Leflore 


Maute 
McKinnon 


Marvin W. Littlejohn 




Thurman N. Mauldin 




W. C. Maute 




Michael D. McKinnon 




Carl McQuinn 


McQuinn 
Pierce 


Paul S. Morgan 


Platte 


Hugh Vernon Pierce 




Eugene L. Platte 




R. L. Rochester 




Robert H. Rueff 




James B. West 


Rochester 




Rueff 




West 




Dip and Strike Club 



Realizing the need for an organization of 
Geology and Geography, students at Missis- 
sippi State College, a progressive group of 
Geology students submitted a petition for the 
organization of the Dip & Strike Club on Octo- 
ber 18, 193S. The group was organized under 
the direction of Frank S. Seiler and Marcus 
B. Mapp with G B. Rush, Jr., serving as 
president. The organization was discontinued 



Bryant 
Edwards 
Ladner 
Patrick 

Sneed 



Burney 




Chisholm 




Cobb 


Felder 




Flemming 




Galbraith 


Long 




McClughan 




McDaniel 


Proctor 




Pruitt 




Renfroe 


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Tur 


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briefly during World War II, but it was re- 
organized on October 30, 1946. This club is 
maintained for Geology and Geography stu- 
dents with high scholastic standings for the 
purpose of promoting the welfare of the 
members and of the Geology Department. 
Both have benefited mutually from the re- 
sponsibilities of the club. 



Davenport Davis 

Goff Jones 

Murphy Myers 

Sistrunk Smith 

Wallace Westbrook 




MEMBERS 



L. F. Bryant 
Z. W. Burney 
N. T. Chisholm 
W. R. Cobb 
W. R. Davenport 
Kenneth Davis 

D. E. Edwards 
Paul Felder 

E. D. Flemming 
G. S. Galbraith 
W. M. Goff 

H. G. Jones 
H. L. Ladner 
W. D. Long 
R. S. Majure 

D. H. McClughan 

E. B. McDaniel, Jr. 
W. N. McDonald 
G. W. Murphy 

J. D. Myers 
W. F. Parsons 

D. H. Patrick, Jr. 
N. H. Phillips 

J. W. Proctor 
M. F. Pruitt 
H. M. Renfroe 

E. E. Russell 
J. D. Sistrunk 
D. A. Smith 
H. E. Sneed 
G. H. Spivey 
L. C. Standifer 
W. J. Turney 
H. F. Wallace 

B. L. Westbrook, Jr. 
H. F. Wilson 



Sigma Gamma Epsilon 



Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 
national honorary professional fraternity, is composed 
of Juniors and Seniors who are majoring in Geology 
and having a minimum of a two quality point average 
in this subject. 

This fraternity is devoted to the advancement of 
the Earth Sciences and was founded at the University 
of Kansas in 1915. 

The Alpha Upsilon chapter of this campus was 
granted its charter in May, 1948. 



OFFICERS 

HILTON L. LADNER President 

WILLIAM R. COBR Vice-President 

WILLIAM R. COBB Historian 

NED H. PHILLIPS .... Secretary-Treasurer 

DARRELL N. McCLUGHAN 

Corresponding Secretary and Editor 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Dr. Paul H. Dunn 
Dr. Merle W. Myers 



MEMRERS 

George E. Burchfield 
Zolen W. Buniey 
Nelson T. Chisholm 
William R. Cobb 
Paul Felder 
Edward D. Fleming 
George S. Galbraith 
Hilton L. Ladner 
Darrell N. McClughan 
Edward B. McDaniel, Jr. 
George W. Murphy 
Daniel H. Patrick, Jr. 
Ned H. Phillips 
Henry E. Sneed 
George H. Spivey 
William J. Turney 



Burney 
Chisholm 



Cobb 
Felder 



Fleming 



Galbraith 



Ladner 
McClughan 



McDaniel 
Murphy 



Patrick 

Sneed 

Turney 




The Accounting Club 



The Accounting Club was formed in 
1946 under the direction of Mr. W. W. 
Littlejolm, head of the Accounting De- 
partment. The Club is designed to bring 
the students of accounting and the mem- 
bers of the profession together to study 
current problems of the profession, to 
aid its members in securing positions 
after graduation, and to promote profes- 
sional ethics. 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE D. LYON . . President 

CLIFTON L. STEPHENSON 

Vice-President 

WILLIAM L. RICHMOND 

Secretory-Treasurer 

MR. EDWIN C. RROWN 

Faculty Advisor 

MR. EDWARD R. SCHWEIZER 

Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 

Joe H. Barber 
Spencer Bedenbough 
Joseph Carpenter 
Bobby Daniels 
Richard Dupree 
Hubert Foster 
William Gamble 
Larry Goddard 
Bernard Harford 
John Head 
Mark Hunter 
Louis Hurst 
Wallace Lancaster 
George D. Lyon 
Thomas McCaha 
William Montgomery 
Randolph Millard 
John Murray 
George F. Oakes 
James A. Privett 
William Richmond 
George Roesch 
George Simmons 
Clifton Stephenson 
William Thorns 
G. H. Towery 
Sidney Worthy 



Barber 


Carpenter 


Daniels 


Dupree 


Foster 


Gamble 


Goddard 


Harford 


Head 


Hunter 


Hurst 


Lancaster 


Lvon 


McGaha 


Montgomery 


Mullen 


Murray 


Oakes 


Ricbmond 


Roesch 


Simmons 


Stepbenson 


Tboms 


Towery 


Worthy 










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Lansing 



Cain 
Lucas 



Caldwell 
Rhodes 



Colmer 
Welborn 



Griffin 
Youngblood 



The Barristers Club 



FRANK YOUNGBLOOD 



OFFICERS 
FRED COLMER . . . 

Vice-President 



, . President 

BOB WELBORN 

Secretary and Treasurer 



The Barristers Club was organized at 
Mississippi State during the spring 
semester of 1948 under the direction of 
Dean Willie Evans and Augustine Ma- 
gruder. 

Qualifications of members for admis- 
sion into the Barristers Club shall come 
within any one or more of the following 
categories : 

A 1. Those duly classified as majors in 
prelaw in the division of public 
administration of the school of 
Mississippi State College. 

2. Those giving satisfactory evidence 
of an intention to enroll in a duly 
accredited law school within the 
United States, or to pursue legal 
studies in any educational insti- 



tution other than the United 
States which is a member of the 
United Nations Organization. 

3. Those whose field of study is such 
as to indicate a need for familiar- 
ity with the general field of law 
in administrative or professional 
pursuits contemplated as a life's 
work. 

B None but students regularly in at- 

tendance at Mississippi State 
shall be eligible to membership. 

C Admission of a qualified member 

shall be by application or by in- 
vitation, and shall require the af- 
firmative vote of a majority of 
the members present at a regular 
meeting. 



MEMBERS 

James E. Bost 
Winton B. Cain 
David Caldwell 
Fred Colmer 
Forest Fooshee 
Charles Griffin 
Will Graddy 
Clinton Gay Herring 
Ernest J. Lansing 
George L. Lucas 
Raymond E. Rhodes 
John O. Southward, Jr. 
Albert C. Weeks 
Thomas C. Shepherd 
Frank Youngblood 



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Junior Hotel Men of America 




OFFICERS 

CHARLES E. BUCHANAN President 

PAGE HYLTON, JR Vice-President 

BEN L. LINDSEY Secretary and Treasurer 

JIM WELCH Corresponding Secretary 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

John J. McAllister 



Mr. J. J. McAlister 



The Mississippi State Chapter of the Junior Hotel Men of America was activated in October, 1947. In 
order to be a member of the Junior Hotel Men of America, one must be a second generation hotel man 
under 35 years of age, or a student regularly enrolled in a course of Hotel Administration at an accred- 
ited college. Each member is required to complete a minimum of 30 weeks of on-the-job training in a 
hotel approved by the American Hotel Association. 



MEMBERS 



George Bristow 
Charles E. Buchanan 
Roy A. Buckley 
William Dickard 
Charles Flynn 
Jeff Fulmer 
Surry Grafton 



William Halbert 
Mark Hamrick 
Thomas Hardy 
Ralph Harris 
Donald Henderson 
Page Hylton, Jr. 
Bob James 



Louis Kestenbaum 
Robert L. Kracker 
Charles Limbaugh 
Ben L. Linsey 
Frank Maxwell 
Robert McElroy 
Bill McFarland 



Bob Moore 
George Odum 
Willard Oliver 

E. A. Patout 

F. G. Patout 
James Putnam 
Marvin Ratcliff 
Cloyd D. Welch 



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Bristow 

Buchanan 

Buckley 

Fulrrier 

Grafton 



Hamrick 

Hardy 
Harris 
Hylton 
James 



Kestenbaum 

Kracker 

Limbaugh 

Lindsey 

Maxwell 



McElroy 

McFarland 

Moore 

Odum 

Oliver 



Patout 

Patout 

Putnam 

Batclitf 

Welch 




The Camera Club 



One of the most informal and friendly clubs on the 
campus, the Camera Club, is composed of students brought 
together by their common interest in photography. The 
Club has as its purpose to benefit these men by rendering 
such services as only an organization can give in this line. 
The bi-monthly meetings are usually highlighted by a field 
trip to some darkroom, a talk on some phase of photog- 
raphy, or a vociferous discussion on any and all angles of 
the game. 



OFFICERS 

FRED A. BLOCKER President 

P. D. HOUSTON Vice-President 

JIMMY H. LACY Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Charles W. Alliston 
O. F. Armstrong 
H. D. Bailey 
Fred A. Blocker 
John Edward Bowers 
Lew Charbonneau, Jr. 
Stanley H. Coumbe 
George P. Cruthirds 
Harry Danials 
Deaton T. Harris 
Proctor D. Houston 
Joe Huggins 
Carmen Kelley 
Jimmy H. Lacy 
Jack Lemmons 
Robert McCollum 
James M. Salley 
Thomas C. Shepherd 
E. S. Tomlinson 
Paul H. Upton 




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Compliments of 

MULLINS & SONS, 
P. X. 

STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



Supporting the College Since 
Its Foundation 



QUALITY GOODS 






FAIR PRICES 



W. W. SCALES & CO. 



— Since 1845 — 



W. M. Scales, Manager 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



CLASS OF '48-'49 



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To the Graduates and 

Undergraduates 

Staggers Bakery 

Butter Flake -Golden Krust 
Bread 

Good Things to Eat 

Starkville, Mississippi 






Compliments of 



Berdine & Pierce 



STARKVILLE MISSISSIPPI 



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Firestone 
Home & Auto Supply 

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Easy to pay the Johnston way. 

Dealers in Simmons Box Springs 

and Mattresses, and other 

Simmons Products. 

Telephone 980 

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we can get for what we give, 
but how much can we give for 
what we get . . . 

George Evans Shine Parlor 

Re-Sueding 
Leather Coats Renewed 

— 30 Years' Experience — 
Starkville Mississippi 



BEN K. PEARCE & BROTHER, 
Inc. 

Cotton Factors 

Greenwood, Mississippi 

Telephones 1480-1481 
Long Distance 9964 

Ben K. Pearce .... President 
S. H. Pearce . . . Vice-President 



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Music Machines 

Amusement Devices 

Coin Operated Machines 

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For Quicker Service Send Orders 
to 

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Complete File of All Reveille 
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On Weekend Visits . . . SMS 



When you're trying to make a quick trip 
home, you'll appreciate Southern Trailways' 
convenient daily schedules. No waiting 
around. You can leave soon after your last 
class. Be sure to check Southern Trailways' 
schedules first ! 





For Holiday Travel 



Southern Trailways low-cost travel is just the ticket for 
adventuresome college students with little money but lots of 
ideas about going places and doing things. Your travel dollar 
buys you more fun and takes you farther when you go by 
Southern Trailways bus. Go Trailways for the Holidays! 



To See The Game . . . 



Wherever the big game is being played, you can get 
there easily and quickly by Southern Trailways bus. And 
Southern Trailways low-cost fares are just the right size 
for the collegiate pocketbook. Ask your courteous Trail- 
ways ticket agent for complete information. 




Best Wishes to 
Graduates and 
Undergraduates 

THE DIAMOND 
SHOP 

411 MAIN ST. 
Columbus, Mississippi 




. . . Charter A Bus! 



For game trips or fraternity outings keep 
your gang together. Charter a smooth-riding 
Southern Trailways bus. For a group of 25 
or more the cost is less than 1* cents each per 
mile. To arrange for a charter bus contact 
vour Southern Trailways ticket agent. 

Y. M. C. A., State College, Miss. 
Phone 977-W 



GO BY SOUTHERN TRAILWAYS BUS 



For Your Money Needs 
Try 

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STORE 

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Compliments of 



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CONTRACTORS 



Helping To Build A Better Mississippi 



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Compliments of 

WADE HARDWARE 
COMPANY 

John Deere Tractors 
Farm Implements 

WHOLESALE 

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Compliments of 

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RECORDS 

RADIOS 

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WHOLESOME FOODS 

Intelligently Prepared and Served by 

Trained Employees 

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CAFETERIA 
BOOK STORE 



COLLEGE STORE 
STATE FOUNTAIN 



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Member of F. D. I. C. 



A Friend to the College 



STRONG . . . PROGRESSIVE . . . COURTEOUS 



Starkville's Leading Bank 



Since 1889 



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President 



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L. G. Balfour Company 

Will Make You a State 
Class ring of Any Year 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

H. E. Allen, Manager 
Bill Pullen, Representative 






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DISTINCTION 




GRADUATE STUDENTS NOT PICTURED 

Bardsley, Charles Edward, Jr.; Grad.; Newport 

Butts, Gladys Watson, Mrs.; Grad.; Starkville 

Davis, Leslie E.; Grad.; Magnolia 

Eggerton, Hugh Rugby; Grad.; Meridian 

Gibson, Ernest Osborn, Jr.; Grad.; Kappa Sig; Corinth 

Henley, Felix Thompson; Sc. Grad.; West Point 

Honey cutt, Julian Bernard, Jr.; Grad.; Starkville 

King, Charles Edward, Jr.; Sc. Grad.; State College 

Lollar, Howard Williams; Grad.; State College 

May, Reuel, Jr.; Sc. Grad.; KA; Jackson 

Moss, William Mack; Grad.; Jackson 

Ritter, Robert Merle; Pre-Med. Post-Grad.; Belden 

Robinson, George Billy; Sc. Irregular; PKA; Fulton 

Sessums, Bessie Mae, Mrs.; Ed. Special; Tutwiler 

White, James Howard; Grad.; PKA; Oxford 

Wofford, Ralph Scott; Grad.; Sig. Ghi; Cleburne, Texas 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 

Ashley, Joe Brock, Business, Kosciusko 

Bailey, James Wiley, Education, Big Creek 

Barfield, Mery Dudley, Agriculture, Vicksburg 

Barlow, James Wilkie, Business, Wesson 

Bedenbaugh, Spencer Kay, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
State College 

Biggs, Minis Hayes, Education, Kappa Sigma, Memphis, Ten- 
nessee 

Bourne, Emmett Lorraine, Business, Sigma Chi, Grace 

Braden, Guy Brice, Education, Belden 

Brashier, Ralph Calhoun, Business, De Soto 

Broyles, James Walker, Science, Barnesville, Georgia 

Brewer, Clarence Monroe, Education, Mt. Olive 

Brinson, Ernest J., Engineering, Florence 

Buckley, John Bishop, Agriculture, Starkville 

Campbell, Richard Edwin, Education, Columbia 

Carr, Victor James, Agriculture, Philadelphia 

Chatoney, Ben Jones, Science, Sigma Chi, Indinola 

Clark, George Lee, Engineering, DeKalb 

Conner, Hal Rush, Business, Calhoun City 

Crowell, Julian Ernest, Business, Kappa Alpha, West Point 

Cummins, Wilson Isom, Education, Longview 

Davis, Frank E., Education, Pickens 

Davis, Jack, Agriculture, Waynesboro 

DeLoach, George Lake, Jr., Engineering, Carrolton 

Dempsey, Wesley Elton, Education, Louisville 

Easley, Obadiah W., Jr., Agriculture, Port Gibson 

Ellis, Walter Lee, III, Business, Kosciusko 

Ethridge, Robert Lee, Education, Bailey 

Faler, Henry Martin, Education, Collins 

Featherson, Al Asberry, Business, Brooksville 

Fisher, Baxter James, Jr., Engineering, Martin, Tennessee 

Flake, Lelly Pearl, Education, Louisville 

Flannary, Richard, Jr., Engineering, Starkville 

Flowers, Jack Lee, Business, Laurel 

Flynn, Charles Walter, Business, Waterbury, Conn. 

Flynt, William Charles, Jr., Agriculture, Meridian 

Foster, Jewel G., Engineering, Jackson 

Gamer, Calvin Napolion, Jr., Business, Sanatorium 

Gilruth, Herbert D., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Benton 

Glagow, Dudley Quay, Science, Thaxton 

Groves, Thomas Franklin, Jr., Business, Caledonia 

Guin, Winford Harold, Business, Greenville 

Gurkin, J. C, Agriculture, Moscow, Tennessee 

Hadskey, John William, Education, Roxie 

Hafner, James Robert, Engineering, Amory 

Hagwood, Willie Howard, Education, Meridian 

Hall, Judson W., Engineering, Laurel 

Hamilton, Julian Sullivan, Engineering, Jackson 

Hannaford, Leon Edwards, Education, Calhoun City 

Harris, James Cash, Science, Columbus 

Harrison, Calvin D., Agriculture, Derma 

Harrison, William Lionard, Agriculture, Lucedale 

Harless, George Hardy, Agriculture, Mosell 

Ilarton, Charlie Wayne, Education, Maude 

Hastings, Paul Douglas, Business, Durant 

Haygood, Thomas, Jr., Agriculture, Baldwyn 

Heard, Richard Joseph, Agriculture, West Point 

Hedleston, James Lawrence, Engineering, Batesville 

Heindl, Paul Adelbert, Business, Meridian 

Henry, Jesse Grice, Engineering, Pontotoc 

Herring, J. D., Education, Sandy Hook 

Hogan, Camile, Business, Starkville 

Hollis, Johnnie Lyn, Business, New Albany 

Hooper, Carlton Ladell, Engineering, Bailey 

Hoover, Cooper Quincey, Education, Morton 

Hovas, Floyd Jones, Science, Cleveland 

Howard, Ralph Julian, Education, Fulton 



Hunt, Billy Roy, Science, Starkville 
Hurst, Clyde Oren, Science, State College 
Hutchison, John I., Engineering, Sallis 
Janous, Frank Henry, Engineering, Cleveland 
Jones, George Washington, Education, Wiggins 
Kinsey, James W., Agriculture, Clinton 
Kellis, Edwin P., Engineering, Shuqualak 
Kerr, Charles William, Engineering, Mobile, Alabama 
Ladner, Richard S., Agriculture, Tylertown 
Laird, Wheeler Edward, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Kos- 
ciusko 
Lazeney, Marshall Van, Agriculture, Hattiesburg 
Lloyd, Jimmie Echford, Agriculture, Starkville 
Lovett, John McQuary, Education, Shaw 
Luther, Ladell, Education, Randolph 
Lutken, Wesley Curry, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Jackson 
Lyons, Louis Turner, Business, Kappa Sigma, McComb 
Manning, Robert Hays, Education, Starkville 
Martin, Granville Mays, Jr., Business, Greenwood 
Martin, Verey G., Jr., Business, State College 
Millard, Randolph T., Business, West Point 
Mobley, Jack Fred, Education, Poplarville 
Moore, Walter Andrew, Jr., Agriculture, Morgan City 
McCarty, Luther Elmo, Science, Stringer 
McCullough, James Leonard, Education, Corinth 
McDonald, William Naron, Jr., Science, Drew 
McGee, Walter S., Business, Houlka 

McGee, William Jack, Agriculture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vernon 
McNeese, George M., Engineering, Bassfield 
Noland, Robert Riley, Business, Columbus 
Norman, Curtis Paul, Jr., Business, Mobile, Alabama 
Norsworthy, Lawrence Larkin, Business, Waynesboro 
O'Brien, James H., Science, Bay St. Louis 
Pace, James Roberts, Science, State College 
Parker, John Carter, Business, Starkville 
Parmley, Robert Edward, Engineering, West Point 
Parks, William Jamison, Agriculture, Cleveland 
Pratt, Kern, Jr., Business, Greenville 
Privett, James Addie, Jr., Business, Stonwall 
Peel, Burnis Roland, Business, Crandall 
Quinn, Donald Dean, Business, Buolley 
Renacker, George Arnold, Jr., Business, Durant 
Roach, John Wilkins, Jr., Engineering, Vicksburg 
Robinson, Victor Joe, Jr., Business, Osborn 
Rodgers, Harry Kenneth, Agriculture, Pontotoc 
Rutledge, Troy Horace, Agriculture, Sontag 
Saucier, Arnell Catherine, Education, State College 
Scott, William Taylor, Science, Laurel 
Seal, Enoch, Jr., Business, Poplarville 
Shook, James Larry, Business, Starkville 
Spivey, George Howard, Science, Belzoni 
Storey, Robert Y., Business, Columbus 
Strawbridge, William Hester, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Aberdeen 
Stewart, -David Henry, Business, Kappa Sigma, Mathiston 
Sykes, James Clayton, Education, Quitman 
Tate, Willie Lyle, Agriculture, Forest 
Tebbyson, Calvin Elonza, Education, Ackerman 
Thompson, William Crawford, Engineering, Forest 
Turpin, Howard Lindsey, Jr., Business, Memphis, Tennessee 
Watts, Jack Truett, Agriculture, Columbia 
Watson, William White, Agriculture, Lyman 
Weathers, Roy, Agriculture, Steens 
Weir, Charles H., Business, Newton 
Whitaker, John, Agriculture, Turnbull 
White, Ben Owen, Agriculture, Holly Springs 
Wilkerson, Thomas Lill, Business, Starkville 
Wilson, R. F., Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Memphis, Ten- 
nessee 

Yarbrough, Boyce Bryson, Engineering, Sigma Pi, Baldwyn 
Yclverton, Mitchell John, Engineering, Louin 



JUNIOR CLASS NOT PICTURED 

Allen, Algred Alexander, Jr., Agri., Amory 

Allen, William Bluford, Education, Booneville 

Arnold, John Thomas, Edu., Pontotoc 

Ashley, James Robert, Eng., Mendenhall 

Barham, Cunningham Ellis, Bus., 1624 College St., Columbus 

Barnes, Thomas Jefferson, Jr., Bus., ATO, Noxapater 

Batte, Sterling Algernon, Jr., Sc, Louisville 

Beach, James Arthur, Eng., McComb 

Bell, Leon Williams, Eng., KA, Columbus 

Benoist, Max Edwin, Agri., Coffeeville 

Bethea, Sanford E., Eng., 409 Sixth Ave., Hattiesburg 

Black, Clarence Pliny, Ed., Marks 

Black, Grover Cleveland, Jr., Ag. Ed., McCool 

Blackwood, Prince Clifford, Ed, Paris, Tenn. 



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Blaylock, Tom Earl, Ag., Big Creek 

Blocker, Morris Gray, Sc., Edinburg 

Bond, John Ferris, Ag. Ed., Rt. 2-215, Perkinston 

Bouchillon, Horace Lamar, Eng., West 

Box, Moses Richard, Eng., Union City, Tenn. 

Brannan, Jake Mallory, Ed, Verona 

Brasher, James D., Eng., Memphis, Tenn. 

Broadus, Frederick Earl, Ed., Perkinston 

Brown, Lavell Wheeler, Jr., Bus., Starkville 

Bullock, Robert F., Bus., Rosedale 

Burchfie, Mary Bennett, Mrs., Ed., Starkville 

Cade, Haynes Kirby, Bus., Brooksville 

Caldwell, Halbert Reed, Ed., State College 

Caldwell, John Harris, Eng., LCA, Jackson 

Campbell, Billy David, Ed., Purvis 

Cannon, James Howard, Sc, Jackson 

Carr, Samuel F., Sc, KS, Leland 

Catledge, Robert Charles, Eng., Ackerman 

Cavender, Rick Nolan, Eng., Greenwood Springs 

Chrestman, William Marion, Ed., Calhoun City 

Conlee, Larkin Foster, Jr., Bus., Thaxton 

Cook, Lester Green, Jr., Eng., Bay St. Louis 

Crowley, Hughie Odis, Jr., A Ed., Starkville 

Crumpton, Prentiss H., Bus., ATO, Starkville 

Culipher, Wallace Sneed, Bus., Bolton 

Daley, Willard J., Ed., Carson 

Darby, Richard P., Ed., Batesville 

Davis, Fred, Sc, Lake 

Davis, Helen Griffin, Ed., Pascagoula 

Dayhood, Sam Albert, Bus., Ruleville 

Dorman, Elma Parker, Ed., Starkville 

Dunn, Arthur M., Bus., Jackson 

Durnin, Gerald Stewart, Ed., Beaumont, Texas 

Elston, Lewis William, Sc, Gulfport 

Ervin, James Wilfred, Ed., Crystal Springs 

Estes, Charles Everett, Ag., Philadelphia 

Farmer, Harold Ray, Bus., Wesson 

Flynt, Cullen Ray, Eng., Th Xi, Jackson 

Foosher, Forrest, Bus., Bruce 

Frazier, John Dabbs, Bus., Sturgis 

Fryman, Alfred Douglas, Sc, Sigma Chi, Port Gibson 

Gaines, James A., Bus, West Point 

Gatlin, Robert E., Bus., Starkville 

Cillett, Frank S., Jr., Sc, Hamilton 

Golden, Harold Gray, Eng., SAE, Yazoo City 

Graves, Bishge Baccom, Eng., KA, Jackson 

Haigler, Rayford Hansel, Ed., Moselle 

Hays, James Noel, Ag., Mt. Juliet, Tenn. 

Henley, Chester Eldridge, Ed., Columbus 

Hickman, Robert Harris, Ag., Columbus 

Hicks, Alfred Barrett, Engr., Calhoun City 

Johnson, James Sylvanus, Eng., Theta Xi, Walnut Grove 

Johnson, Jim Haywood, Ed., Eupora 

Johnson, Junior Smith, Bus., Boonville 

Johnson, Thomas Walter, Ed, Eupora 

Johnson, William Neill, Ag., Jackson 

Jones, Blanton Johns, Ag., Holly Springs 

Jordan, Kendall T., Bus., Hattiesburg 

Joyner, James Ardell, Engr., Little Rock 

Keeffe, Thomas Anderson, Phi Kappa Theta, Vicksburg 

Killion, George Taylor, Ag., Portageville, Mo. 

Kimbrell, Leslie Andrew, Engr., Stewart 

Kirkland, William L., Ag., Meridian 

Kitchens, David F., Bus., Corinth 

Koonce, John R., Bus., McCool 

Lambert, Buford Gipson, Ed., Jayess 

Ladner, Avon J., Ed., Pass Christian 

Ladner, Robert Lawrence, Ag., Saucier 

Langdon, Walton Harrison, Engr., Thomastown 

Lee, Edward M., Ag., Bay Springs 

Leggett, Albert Ray, Ag., Brookhaven 

Locke, Jesse Culp, Jr., Engr., Theta Xi, Wiggins 

Lockler, Brake, Bus., Brooksville 

Lossett, Jack, D., Ed, Carriere 

Lowe, Thomas Cagle, Ag., PKA, Helena, Ark. 

Lowry, Edward McLellan, Ag., Canton 

Lowry, Rumell Riley, Bus., Collinsville 

Marks, Charles Murrell, Bus., Tchula 

Martin, Hardy Clark, Ed., Wiggins 

Martin, William Jack., Bus., Greenwood 

Mashburn, Wilbur Franklin, Bus., Morton 

May, John Elliott, Sci., Sig. Pi., Kosciusko 

Merrill, Louis Eugene, Science, Gulfport 

Mingee, Ronald G., Engr., Clarksdale 

Molpus, Charles Clarise, Ed., Philadelphia 



Montgomery, John Higdon, Ag., Brookhaven 

Moody, Dwight L., Ed., Lucedale 

Morrow, Leland Howard, Ed., Marietta 

Morton, Clayton G., Bus., Caledonia 

Mott, John James, Eng., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Mullins, John C, Ag., Charleston 

Murphy, Cecil Clauselle, Bus., Ocean Springs 

Murray, Emmett Horace, Ed., Rose Hill 

Maxcy, Edra Lee, Eng., Tupelo 

McBride, Robert A., Eng., Maben 

McDearman, Bernard Egbert, Eng., Cleveland 

McDonald, Fred Stephenson, Sc, Bay St. Louis 

McGahey, Easley Eugene, Bus., Columbus 

McGovern, Joe Dunn, Bus., Stewart 

McHann, Elivin Morris, Ag., Starkville 

Mclnnis, Marquis Levert, Ed., Mandenhall 

McNeel, Robert Conner, Bus., ATO, Louisville 

McNeese, Ruby May, Sc, Rochester, Minn. 

Nichols, Harrod A., Eng., Jackson 

Nicholson, James C, Ed., Vicksburg 

Ogg, Joe William, Bus., Gibson 

Oglesby, James Roy, Eng., Roxie 

Owen, Ira Edwin, Bus., Meridian 

Palmer, Orville Everette, Eng., Louisville 

Parker, David Wesley, Eng., Ocean Springs 

Parker, James Russell, Ed., Maud 

Pettway, Joseph Beverly, Ag., LCA, Russum 

Pevey, Jack Armstrong, Ag., Crystal Springs 

Phillips, Herman Charles, Ag., Bogue Chitta 

Phipps, Lester, Bus., McComb 

Polizo, Dimitri Charles, Sc, LKA, Greenville 

Porter, James Edward, Sc, McComb 

Powers, Huie Wilburn, Ag., Bruce 

Pounds, Willie Pierce, Bus., Booneville 

Quin, Louie Wilkinson, Sc, McComb 

Ramsey, Calvin Gordon, Ed., Birmingham, Ala. 

Randle, John Allison, Jr., Ag., Starkville 

Raper, Johnny Loyd, Ed., Phil Campbell, Ala. 

Rather, Victor M., Jr., Sc, Amory 

Ray, Howard Cecil, Ed., Ackerman 

Ray, Morris Loyd, Ag., Zoma, Miss. 

Reed, James Slaughter, Bus., Silver City 

Rester, Joe Ben, Eng., Poplarville 

Rice, R. P., Eng., Meridian 

Richard, Carl Ray, Sc, Crystal Springs 

Richardson, George Mark, Eng., KA., Macon 

Riley, Clarence W., Eng., Oxford 

Sanders, Otho Steve, Ed., Heidleburg 

Saucier, William, Ag., Saucier 

Schneider, Carl D., Eng., Pi Kappa Alpha, Starkville 

Shappley, James R., Ag., Falkner 

Sharp, Robert Lovis, Eng., Greenwood 

Sheppard, Joe Allen, Ed., Bynum, Ala. 

Shotts, Edgar Lee, Ed., Mendenhall 

Simineau, Wesley Norman, Ed., State College 

Smathers, Guerrant, Ed., Raymond 

Smith, John, Ag., Lake 

Smith, Lawrence Earl, Ag., Brookhaven 

Smith, Pruitt, Bus., Little Rock, Miss 

Smith, Stephen Edward, Jr., Bus., West Point 

Snowden, Earl LaRue, Ag., Miss. City 

Spencer, Milton Thomas, Eng., State College 

Sproles, Layne Allison, Ed., Baird 

Stacks, Gerald G., Eng., Crawfordsville, Ark. 

Stegall, Henry C, Jr., Bus., Gulfport 

Stephenson, William Grayson, Ed., Ackerman 

Sterken, Adolphe Francis, Eng., Ocean Springs 

Stewart, Leland Wayne, Ag., Lumberton 

Stovall, Helen Margaret, Sc, ZTA, West Point 

Strickland, Hannah Elizabeth, Sc, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Summers, Robert E., Jr., Ag., Brookhaven 

Sutherland, Joe Ashley, Eng., ATO, Canton 

Sutton, John Frank, Ag., Sig. Pi, Indianola 

Swett, Sam Louis, Ag., Vicksburg 

Sykes, Ralph, Ed., Quitman 

Tannehill, Bobbie Kenneth, Sc, Jackson 

Tate, Thomas Edward, Ed., McComb 

Tenhet, Charles Marion, Bus., Drew 

Terrell, Harry Clay III, Eng., West Point 

Thomas, William Oscar, Ag., West 

Tribble, Frank Kenyon, Ed., Birmingham, Ala. 

Tucker, Curtiss Albert, Ed., Columbus 

Tucker, Ernest Hooper, Ed., Union 

Upton, Grover Lee, Bus., KA, Jackson 



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Vanderboom. James A., Eng, Anaheim, California 
Vivertte, Charles Raymond, Sc, Sig. Nu, Union 
Wallace, Glen L., Ag., SAE, Maiden, Mo. 
Wall, James Ray, Sc., McComb 
Walley, George Lindbergh, Ag., Richton 
Walton, Lloyd Binford, Ag., Starkville 
Ware, Reid Crawford, Ed., Neely, Miss. 
Washington, Corbet R., Ed., Houlka 
Washington, Lona Fay, Ed., Randolph 
Watkins, Leigh, Eng., Jackson 
Wells, Boyd Carr, Eng., Starkville 
Williams, Dan Luther, Jr., Ag., Columbus 
Williamson, Leon Cornelius, Bus., Madison 
Wilson, Julian G, Eng., Phi Delta Theta, Tupelo 
Wilson, Robert Brown, Eng., Lake Cormorant 
Wilson, Timothy Cooper, Bus., Kappa Sig., McComb 
Woodward, Arthur Frederick, Bus., Noxapater 
Woody, Joe Boyd, Eng., Mt. Home, Ark. 
Yarbrough, Frank Preston, Sc, SAE, Meridian 



SOPHOMORE CLASS NOT PICTURED 

Adams, William Whitman, Engineering, Kosciusko 
Alford, Paul Brittain, Jr., Agriculture, Morton 
Allen, Dave S., Education, Meridian 
Anderson. Dennis Cleon, Education, Marietta 
Anderson, William McWillie, Science, Jackson 
Andrews, Richard H., Agriculture, Tylertown 
Ashcraft, John Dunklin, Agriculture, Sidon 
Bailey. Joseph John, Science, Meridian 
Ball, Billie Joe, Engineering, Laurel 
Barlow, John Druwood, Education, Wesson 
Berry, William Carl, Education, Foxworth 
Bethune, William H., Engineering, Jackson 
Bicker, Alvin Raymond, Jr., Science, West 
Blackwell, Cecil, Education, Meridian 
Bodron, John Albert, Education, Vicksburg 
Boor, Wayne Clark, Education, Keyser, West Va. 
Bouchillon, John Lawrence, Business, West Point 
Boyd, Harley Lee, Business, Columbus 
Briggs, Pete Richardson, Business, Greenwood 
Brown, George Edwin, Education, Fulton 
Bryan, Walter Robert, Agriculture, Scooba 
Burklialter, Ronnie Marvin, Engineering, McComb 
Burks, Sam Jones, Jr., Business, Fulton, Ky. 
Nurton, James Ralph, Agriculture, Philadelphia 
Busby, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Education, Artesia 
Calhoun, James Ray, Education, Jayess 
Calk, Jack Colin, Jr., Engineering, Grenada 
Cannon, Joseph Whitley, Engineering, Memphis, Tenn. 
Carpenter, LaFrinia Fain, Business, West Point 
Carr, Lester Tullos, Agriculture, Hattiesburg 
Cates, Thomas Sidney, Engineering, Sigma Chi, Jackson 
Chaney, Charles F., Business, Louisville 
Clark, Donald, Science, Waynesboro 
Costilow, Millard Seals, Science, Grenada 
Coleman, Peter Wadkin. Agriculture, Caruthersville 
Cook, Manning Vandiver, Bus., Columbus 
Cox, Leo Shirley, Business, Starkville 
Grafton, Walter T., Engineering, Marks 
Crittenden, William Bryan, Education, McComb 
Curtis, Robert George, Science, Clarksdale 
Daniel, Thomas Percy, Agriculture, New Albany 
Davis, William Gene, Science, Louisville 
Dinwiddie, William Everette, Engineering, Ellisville 
DiStefaus, Louis, Engineering, McComb 
Douglas, Joe L., Jr., Engineering, Starkville 
Dreyspring, Frederick Albert, Education, Birmingham, Ala. 
Dunn, Rufus Leroy, Jr., Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Stark- 
ville 
Dunnam, William W., Education, McLain 
Easter, James E., Jr., Engineering, Aberdeen 
Edmons, John W., Education, Longview 
Edwards, Donald Fred, Education, Ocean Springs 
Ellard, Carl Bruce, Business, Pittsboro 
Fitzimons, Andrew Jackson, Engineering, Columbus 
Fortncr, Ben Franklin, Science, McComb 
Gallop, James L., Agriculture, Caledonia 
Gough, Byron Hillyer, Science, Sigma Pi, Laurel 
Graddy, William Lambert, Business, Ecru 
Gregory, John Medd, Agriculture, Ocean Springs 
Hall, Abner, Business, Holly Grove 
Hannah, Charles Scott, Agriculture, Sturgis 



Harber, Jake Webster, Agriculture, Trezevant 

Harris, Lindsey Camp, Jr., Agriculture, Flora 

Harris, Norman, Education, Louisville 

Hart, Harold Wesley, Jr., Business, Sigma Chi, Columbia 

Hayes, William Errol, Science, Holly Springs 

Heflin, Duval Pierce, Engineering, Sigma Pi, Laurel 

Hodges, Benjamin Lee, Engineering, Dumas 

Houston, Billy Joe, Engineering, Neshoba 

Howell, Richard Thomas, Jr., Engineering, New Albany 

Johnson, J. B., Business, Greenwood Springs 

Jolly, Edd L., Business, Okolona 

Kent, Norman Carruth, Agriculture, Crystal Springs 

Kimbell, Gordon B., Jr., Agriculture, Starkville 

King, Howard L., Agriculture, Sikeston, Mo. 

King, Wilborn, Education, Pontotoc 

Kinnard, A. W. Ill, Business, Jackson 

Klumb, Charles Elroy, Science, Kappa Alpha, Crystal Springs 

Knox, Frederick Lamar, Business, Meridian 

Krooze, Herbert Andre, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Jackson 

Krynitsky, Dymitri, Business, Seymour, Conn. 

Laggitt, Paul Aubrey, Business, Memphis, Tenn. 

Langdon, William Arden, Jr., Engineering, Thomastown 

Lanier, Clifford L., Business, Vicksburg 

Latimer, Norwood Thomas, Business, Gulfport 

Ledbetter, Robert Theo, Jr., Engineering, Jackson 

Lewis, Tully Gene, Education, Pachuta 

Locke, James Heyward, Agriculture, Poplarville 

Lyles, John Anderson, Engineering, Yazoo City 

Lyles, William Scott, Engineering, Sigma Pi, Yazoo City 

Lyons, Roland Irwin, Agriculture, Memphis 

Magruder, Lauchlin Mclnnis, Science, Kappa Alpha, Starkville 

Manning, William Eugene, Agriculture, Hernando 

Martin, William W., Jr., Business, McComb 

Maxwell, Murry Morton, Agriculture, Starkville 

Melton, Walton Stevens, Agriculture, Kosciusko 

Miller, Charles -C, Engineering, Meridian 

Miller, Mercer Bowden, Education, Crystal Springs 

Milne, Thomas R., Business, McComb 

Minyard, James P., Science, Belzoni 

Morgan, Henry Grady, Agriculture, Canton 

Muse, John Henry, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenwood 

McCandless, James Edward, Business, Lyon 

McClain, Wilson H., Jr., Business, Vicksburg 

McMillin, James W., Agriculture, Falkner 

McMurry, Ezra H., Business, Longview 

McQuiller, Mark Austin, Jr., Engineering, Vicksburg 

Nash, Charles Hurley, Agriculture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Nichols, James H., Engineering, Aberdeen 
Nyman, John William, Science, Esca'tawpa 
Pannell, William Mitchell, Jr., Engineering, Okolona 
Paschal, Joseph Denton, Agriculture, Jackson 
Poole, Robert David, Science, State College 
Portwood, Lee W., Business, Vicksburg 
Price, Claude S., Engineering, Bogue Chitto 
Raines, May Levnis, Business, Starkville 
Ratliff, George David, Engineering, Jackson 
Ray, John Wesley, Business, Bridge City, Texas 
Beddoch, Elder Leo, Jr., Science, Phi Kappa Theta, Vicksburg 
Reed, Tom Little, Agriculture, Kappa Sigma, Belzoni 
Regan, Murray, Engineering, Meridian 
Rigby, Morgan Nichols, Business, Madison 
Ringold, Arthur Owen, Agriculture, Cleveland 
Rogers, Walter Graham, Jr., Agriculture, Ecru 
Ross, Douglas Ray, Agriculture, Seminary 
Rummel, James Walton, Engineering, Garden City 
Rushing, Clell, Jr., Engineering, Brookhaven 
Sanford, Ralph Lee, Business, Mantee 
Sessions, Sidney Deeson, Agriculture, Clarksdale 
Savage, Arthur Dale, Business, West Point 
Savage, Carl Powell, Agriculture, Shelby 
Shannon, Charles Emmatt, Agriculture, Holly Bluff 
Shearer, William Vassar III, Engineering, Starkville 
Smith, William Arnot, Engineering, Biloxi 
Smith, William H., Jr., Business, Columbus 
Spang, Henry, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, McComb 
Sproles, Tina Elizabeth (Mrs.), Education, Baird 
Stewart, Thomas Morrison, Agriculture, Canton 
Stone, James Edgar, Business, Tremont 
Stowers, William Burns, Science, Natchez 
Streeter, Kenneth Carlyn, Engineering, Woodland 
Strickland, Atwell Garner, Business, Clarksdale 
Stringer, H. R., Engineering, Bogue Chitto 
Suttle, Edward Hunt, Agriculture, Louisville 



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Thomas, James Seal, Agriculture, Philadelphia 

Thurman, Eugene Harver, Agriculture, New Hebron 

Thurman, Frank Marion, Science, Gulfport 

Triplett, Jack, Jr., Science, Kosciusko 

Turner, Allen Richard, Agriculture, Jackson 

Unger, Langlon Smith, Science, Kappa Alpha, West Point 

Vance, Earl Quimby, Agriculture, Sigma Chi, Marks 

Varnado, Norwood Lloyd, Science, Marshall 

Veazey, Carl Ross, Business, Paris, Tenn. 

Wade, Charles William III, Business, Clanton, Ala. 

Waite, Vinton B., Business, Whitehaven, Tenn. 

Walley, Glen Blakely, Engineering, Jackson 

Ward, John M., Engineering, Ellisville 

Wash, Gene Luther, Science, Memphis, Tenn. 

Watts, Vernon Lee, Business, Gulfport 

Wax, Stennis Davis, Agriculture, Starkville 

Weidel, Eugene Louis, Science, Columbia 

Wells, William Lamar, Engineering, Union 

West, Robert Edward, Education, Lucedale 

Whatley, William Lamar, Agriculture, Longview 

Whitaker, Richard Ward, Engineering, Tupelo 

White, Walter Perry, Agriculture, Carrolton, Ala. 

Williams, Bobby Frank, Business, Vicksburg 

Wilson, H. A., Jr., Education, Wanilla 

Wilson, John, Jr., Business, Meridian 

Wiltshire, James Herston, Engineering, Greenwood 

Winfield, Mason A., Business, Starkville 

Young, Harmon D., Engineering, New Augusta 

Zientarski, Raymond Richard, Business, Union 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED 

Amis, A. B., Ill, Engineering, Newton 

Bain, Luther Arthur, Education, Ashland 

Barrett, Raymond Earl, Jr., Business, Jackson 

Battaile, Frank White, Agriculture, Memphis, Tennessee 

Boschert, Clyde William, Agriculture, Duncan 

Boyd, Charles Phillip, Business, Greenville 

Boyd, Hansel Weeks, Jr., Business, State College 

Brett, Albert Henry, Agriculture, Kosciusko 

Brister, Theodore Bratton, Engineering, Jackson 

Brown, George Arnold, Science, Water Valley 

Brumlew, Leonard Paul, Business, Louisville, Kentucky 

Buckner, Joseph Curtis, Agriculture, Starkville 

Bukley, John Olvey, Agriculture, Columbia 

Carpenter, Jerry Webster, Business, West Point 

Carter, Willie Joe, Agriculture, Noxapater 

Cooper, Bobby Gene, Agriculture, Ackerman 

Cooper, Stanley H., Education, Paris, Tennessee 

Cowart, William Kenneth, Education, Greenwood Springs 

Crenshaw, James Robert, Business, Saltillo 

Critz, Guy Barry, Agriculture, Starkville 

Crumpton, Robert Thomas, Agriculture, Starkville 

Daley, John V., Education, Carson 

Dalton, Ellsworth Leonard, Science, Columbus 

DeVault, Albert Darris, Agriculture, Clarksdale 

Dixon, John Lawrence, Business, Whitehaven, Tennessee 

Dyess, Caron Dempsey, Education, Oakvale 

Edwards, Kenneth D., Education, Jackson 

Featherston, Earl Andrey, Business, Columbus 

Ferrell, Richard Earl, Business, Starkville 

Friday, Donald Keith, Business, Columbus 

Fulgham, Preston B., Business, Starkville 

Fultcher, John Robert, Agriculture, Louisville 

Gardner, Howard Marsh, Engineering, Natchez 

Garmon, Johnny Harkey, Jr., Agriculture, Clarksdale 

Gaston Evelyn, Business, Starkville 

Gaston, Herbert Arthur, Agriculture, Starkville 

George, Robert H., Engineering, Mantee 

Gordon, Henry Louis, Business, Cruger 

Green, Fred Taylor, Education, Memphis, Tennessee 

Greer, James Francis, Engineering, Grenada 

Groner, George Edward, Education, Leland 

Gunn, Otis Baldwin, Education, Upatoi, Georgia 

Hall, Edward B., Education, Philadelphia 

Hamilton, Loatus Conner, Agriculture, Millport, Alabama 

Harbor, Mary Jo, Education, State College 

Harrell, Joe Longino, Business, Jackson 

Henderson, Truman Renay, Science, Laurel 

Hester, Charles Excell, Education, Gadsden, Alabama 

Hillman, Lige, Jr., Agriculture, Leakesville 

Holbert, William Thomas, Business, Columbus 

Hough, Bobbye Jean, Business, Magee 

Howell, William Ira, Business, Aberdeen 

Hudspeth, Eudell, Education, Louisville 



Hunt, Richard McGowan, Business, Prichard, Alabama 

Hurt, Doyce Elliott, Agriculture, Acherman 

Johnson, Bobby Lewis, Agriculture, Coffeeville 

Jones, Robert Maxie, Business, Old Hickory, Tennessee 

King, George Walter, Engineering, Leland 

Klein, Nellis Kraft, Engineering, Alabama City, Alabama 

Komp, Fred Jr., Engineering, Hattiesburg 

Loflin, Kenneth Lerue, Engineering, Baxtervillc 

Long, Robert L., Jr., Engineering, Starkville 

Mayers, William Winfrey, Science, Brandon 

Miskelley, Bryan, Education, Carrollton 

Mizell, James Floyd, Science, Sardis 

Moffett, Ralph Vernon, Education, Meridian 

Myrick, Horace Greely, Jr., Science, Hattiesburg 

McAlister, John R., Business, Myrtle 

McCollough, Norman Darnell, Engineering, Jackson 

McGrew, Lonnie Dillon, Agriculture, Seminary 

McNeil, Calvin Earnest, Business, Louisville 

McNeil, Van Davis, Engineering, Sardis 

Nash, Stephen E., Jr., Business, Starkville 

Noland, Albert Ernest, Business, Madison 

Odom, Clyde Le Barron, Agriculture, Laurel 

Owczarzak, Benedict Valentine, Education, Hammond, Indiana 

Pace, John Herman, Agriculture, Pace 

Pagano, Angelo Salvatore, Science, Winslow, New Jersey 

Pawloski, John, Business, Tarentun, Pennsylvania 

Pearce, Clarence, Agriculture, Greenwood 

Phillips, Henry Grady, Engineering, Bracton 

Pittman, Sam Allen, Agriculture, Coffeeville 

Powers, Richard Lawrence, Business, Memphis, Tennessee 

Price, William Henry, Jr., Engineering, Starkville 

Prince, George Byron, Business, Natchez 

Rapp, Kenneth Howard, Engineering, Picayune 

Redus, William Rolland, Agriculture, Columbus 

Redwine, Kyle Chappelle, Agriculture, Leland 

Reeves, Charles Dickens, Agriculture, Courtland 

Rigg, Johnnie Lee, Education, Lena 

Rogers, Roy McPherson, Agriculture, Victoria, Arkansas 

Ross, Thomas Mason, Business, Eupora 

Rush, Maxwell Vernon, Jr., Science, Leakesville 

Rushing, Tom, Agriculture, Cleveland 

Rutledge, Felix Emery, Jr., Business, Houston 

Sanford, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Engineering, Greenwood 

Sanford, Taravis Bernard, Agriculture, Mantee 

Sidney, Chan Wah, Engineering, Greenville 

Smith, Harold Franklin, Business, Columbus 

Smith, Joseph Lewis, Agriculture, Cleveland 

Smith, Ronald George, Business, Columbus 

Sumrall, Harry Lenson, Engineering, Bay St. Louis 

Tallichet, Mary Lewis, Education, Chi Omega, Starkville 

Taylor, Jerry Cooper, Education, Somerville, Tennessee 

Taylor, Luther Vinson, Jr., Engineering, Belmont 

Templeton, William Ollie, Business, Starkville 

Thelgie, Louis Paul, Business, Columbus 

Tucci, Harry Vernon, Science, Biloxi 

Veal, Beverly Pinnington, Education, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Wall, Robert A., Education, Decatur 

Washington, Alma Dee, Business, Pheba 

Washington, Robert Patrick, Agriculture, Pheba 

Watson, Glen Levi, Business, Atlanta, Georgia 

Weaver, V. L., Education, Houston 

Webb, Clarence Leslie Horton, Engineering, Vicksburg 

White, Edward Whelton, Education, Pascagoula 

Wilson, Charles Julia, Business, Tupelo 

Windham, James Laroy, Engineering, Laurel 

Woolsey, Joe Edward, Engineering, Clarksdale 

Wright, Billy Clinard, Science, Starkville 

Yarbrough, Robert Walton, Agriculture, Baldwyn 



THE 

END 



323 



n Appreciation 



It is with a great measure of humbleness that I sit down to write this "thank 
you" note to so many of my friends. None of the efforts of the people who 
make this publication possible will ever be forgotten. 

First, I would like to say "thanks loads" to Mr. Bob Faerber, of the Alabama 
Engraving Company, and Mr. Johnny Long, of the Bowen, Long, and Young 
Printing Company. Bob, as he became affectionately known to us, had every 
cause to become greatly irritated with us at times, but he listened, then showed 
us the error of our ways, and the book was completed. Johnny was always 
willing to help, though I know he became weary of being told "the book must 
be on time in '49." 

Second, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pruitt and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bargar, I wish 
to express my sincerest appreciation for the service they rendered in furnishing 
us with photographs for this book. 

Third, to the students, the faculty and administration, the organizations, 
fraternities and sororities, a very hearty "thank you" for their understanding and 
cooperation. 

Fourth, to Mrs. Paul Dunn for her generous contribution of the color photo 
used on our cover, thanks for this rare picture of Lee Hall before the fire. 

And last, but far from least, may I express my far from adequate appreciation 
to the members of the Reveille staff for their untiring efforts in putting this 
book together. They will always have a warm spot in my heart as friends in 
need. 

It is with sincere hope that you, the students of Mississippi State College, 
will allow me to leave this annual with you as a living memento of State College 
in the year of 1949. 




Respectfully, 



ROBERT L. DANIELS, JR. 

Editor-in-Chief. 



'His 22nd Edition' 



State Mourns Passing Of Beloved Dr. Hand Saturday 



Sfarkville's First Radio Station, 
WSSO, Will Begin Operations Soon 

■BY GLENN VAIL 
Starkville and State College will have an operating 
radio station within a month. This disclosure was made at 
the REFLECTOR office recently by Mr. Bob Whitley, com- 
marcial manager and program director of WSSO. /^ 
iWJISO are the call letters of the* 



REGULATIONS FOR SALE OF 
STUDENT, DATE. AND WIFE 
TICKETS FOB THE BULjU 
GAME 

Student, Date, and Wife tickets 

for the Baylor gams will be sold at 
Crump Stadium at Memphis the 
day of the game it the MteslsslpL.! 
State Student Ticket Booth. It is 
not certain that the Identifies 1 
Adm-islon cards will be deliver 



Deceased 




M^M *' ^"* ' * " ' ■■■* t >i ■ V . " ■ ■ / 'fw »— **■ ^..jJielQU. this game; theretore. an-' P§H 

Eni^Hment Reaches New 



lyoss Announces 
Fraf Rushing 
Rules For frosh 

Qttaf D Iron, present , 
u* Inaxfrstmai, Council, hi n- 
waatd tie null nil«s for the rm 
*™—U*. The? are u,ted as lol. 
Iowa: 

I- The prealdem of the r»c ahall 
appoint a ruah comnutwe to serve 
with hurnatf m carrylnt out rush 
week. . * 

J. There ahall be no onanlaed 
muunj on MoMay and Tuesday 
o»Pt«nt*r IJth and lath. This 
partod shall be devoted to tndr^dual 




'Dr. W. F. Hand, Well-Known Scientist, 
Beloved Vice-President 01 College Dies 
duietly At Home Atter Prolonged Illness 

Funeral Services Held Monday In Lee Hall 

Auditorium With Burial In Enterprise 

Dr. William Flowers Hand, noted scientist and beloved 
vice-president of Mississippi State College, died quietly in 
his tttmaus home at 11 :15 Saturday. He was 75. 
, ** and college activities 

* xes at Enterprise at 

All-Time High 

Registrar's Office Expects Total Of 3750 
Students, With Post-War Number 
Of Freshmen Totaling More Than 800 



Physical Exams To 
Be Held 13lh-15lh 

Dr J. C. Longest, college physl. 
-"Ian. announces that physical cx- 



A record crop of 3750 students is expected to enroll a, 
Mississippi State College this fan. T„ ,bt tl . to 1° I " 1 r 
has exceeded 2000. with one more day left t , ,,'° It, Thi 

frosh that has ever entered Sb,». The percentage of veier- 
vious years stands a good 

IlK TT1-1 h I Nir it a Fift« fif*?. 



as ever entered Stat 
ans over -'skin-head" frosh in p 
chance of declining this fall, nns 



Arthur Melton Takes Over Head Coaching Job Todaj 

. . . . . • • •• .... ... 

J. Dorsey Signed For Mid-Term; Spike Jones Plays Concer 
Discipline Committee Backs The Council In Test Cases On Rulini 



Barter Players Return For 
Lyceum Tues.-Wed. Nights 



Bt Ciena Vail 
Tttt Baiter Player? of Virginia 
will appear In Oeortje Bernard 
Shaw's gay ffltptto, '■Arms and the 
MaA.™ one 'oi- /ty» most popular 
n\«m. in .tfte Barter.repertory. to- 



Everyone Loves 
'John Loves Mary', 

Critics everywhere. and that tar 



Sam Corbin New 
Band Prexy; Bill 
Cobb Graduate* 

Samuel L- Oorvttt "or Greenwood 
lias been elected prtsldent' of,, trre 
Maroon Band.- W replace Billy 
Cobb of ABiory, ' who graduates 
here January 18. Charles L, Wat- 
of. TupeJ*' -»« been elected sec- 
retary, to replace Jama> L. Wilson 
a. LAire Cormorant, who resigned 
j wy *Hy. of his duties i£ treaaurei 



Six Placed On 
Probation For 
Year, Reprimanded 

By Carl Long and 

Bob Kofhtilaky, 

Acting in a closed njeetlng, last 

Thursday the Discipline Committee 

voiced a unanimous agreement of 

the Student Council "Wst case 1 ' on 



Twenty-Two Students Will Receive Recognition 
In Who's Who Publication; List Composed Of 
Recommendations By Council And Faculty 



NOTICE! 



THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL 
MEETING IN THE "Y" AUDI- 1 
TOB1UM WEDNESKAY. SEPT, 
15. AT 6:00 P. M. ALL STU- 
DENT S INTERESTED IN 
HELPING ON THE ANNUAL 
ARE URGED TO ATTEND 
THIS MEETING. ALL STAFF 
APPOINTMENTS I.AVE NOT 
BEEN MADE. SO PLEASE AT- 
TEND THIS MEETING AND 
HELP TO MAKE THIS THE 
YEAR 



Ratcliff Contracts With Saxophonu 
For Two-Night Stand Feb. 11-12; 
Spike Jones Concert February 7 



Clinic Helps 

StudentKnow 

Executive 



Daniels Announces 
^Photography, Plans 



Acccording to Information re 
eclved from Bobby Daniels. Edit J 
of the 1949 REVEILLE, the lollo.v 
Ing is a schcdvile of photograph 
dales to have all student picture 
made for the '49 yearbook It wa 
emphatically pointed out that thi 
schedule must be followed as closci 
as po^lble. .'hire will be absolute] 
no pictures f«V«- »*•— "-- --•• 



The world's greatest .saxophonist, Jimmy Dorsey, 
the King of Koi n Spike Jones, will play at State in the s: 
week in February, according to Marvin "R.it" Ratcliff, v 
president' of the Student^ Council and chairman of. Da 

Sponsors Presented By Cadi 
Corps At Annual Ball 

By Mary Jane Perry 
Amid flashing swords and rolling- drum* th*> Miea*<*«| 




n rettus nanaan. euitor ui ihe wiios U h.» > _^ — _ ■ n . —umm 

Student In American Ilnfu^wi*'- ^^^ flPBlft t& 

a o o w qme 

Pep Rally Friday Night Feature? Burial Services For Alabama 

*••• •• •••••••• • * ••• * * * ** * *o * * j * 

Joyce Elde r Reigns As "AT * Club QueenA ^The Annual Dance Saturday 

Spotlight Hits 
Joyce Elder, 



Hull Makes Record 



Track Possibility 




No Voting 
Holidays 



Hotelmen Hear 
Prominent Hotel 
Chain Operator 



Rally In Lee Hall Will Set Oft 
Fuse For Funeral March To Bonfire 
Site; : Bama Red Elephant Cremated- 



MateMeets LSVSatm^ Night— Maroons Down AubuH 

Maroons Meet LSU Saturday Night; [ . _. jani ._ - — Mnn ,!^ V 

Mud Fails To Halt Maroon Racehorse 



McKeen's Charges A Two Touchdown 
Favorite; Anxious For Fourth 

<BcfX*. 



Slate To Be In Good 
. S hape For Big Game 



Zeta Dance 
Saturday Nite 
Year's First 

New IFC Ruling- 
Admittance By 
Invitation Only 

Saturday. January 15. marks the 
opening ol the 1949 dance season 
This year most of the fraternities 
plan gala affairs for their members, 
pledges «Jid guesti. This year the 
dancf^ywtu bo alig ht] y altg fttf In 
the lynPcr In whlchTrTTn^tonj are 




As State Defeats Auburn 20-0 Fc 
Their Second SEC Win Of The Seasoi 



Bailey And McWilliam 



Maltaney-Taytsr 

Gwendolyn Taylor, daughter of 
Mr ond Mgt, 8. W. Taylor of 
Tylertown. was married in a doub- 
le rir.j ceremony to Edgar Louis 
Malvaney. The ceremony was pre- 
lormcd in the presenc* of cloie re- 
laiivrs at the home of the officiat- 
ing minister, the Rev. W. R Coop- 
er, in Jackson on December 27., 
Alter the rtce>tlori l he couple left 
tan a ahort wedding trip to tha 
full oout. Following thl.i trip they 
■ mad* their horn* in Coluffl- 



CHARLOTTE MOOSE 



All Items Must Be In 



■ — * "" »■««-« ^^, /in iiema must ae in 

Editor M J #7 By Friday Noon 

STATE'S Social WORLD 




on bs the contest 
finished, dancing was In ordtr. 
For the remaining part of the 
night everybody hod lun In his 
own special w«y_ 



Local Chapter ODK Taps 
Gov. Wright, 15 Others 

Business Dean And 14 Sludenls 
Included In Latest Pledging 



New Year's 
Resolutions 



BETTY JEAN SWtNDOLL— ■'! 



» Governor Firldin-j L Wrl. 
nurne health the (lsI ol pledjdl 
Omlcror. Delta Kappa, honii 
ic-uder^hlp tratornity, announ 
here today by Robert L Brown 
Sledge, president of the Mlsilsii 
State College chapter 

After a week of Informal Inll 
linn M,,n na 1 . ri ' ff1 y^ ^w 



taroons Take On Cocky Rebel Eleven 

« „ « •«•* w 4 m • • * * Story on Page 1— Section 2 

tie Miss Invites State To Reception At II Saturday Morning 

s m 3LH e »=^jau=^^ --- ^rii = mF^j2^ Conduct Rnies 
Itndent Council votes v^w» 



hanqesIttExamf: ; KeiiyiUii hi «--.v ..v-» - - 

nd^gistraUonL.. a E|ecte( i ^ First Meeting 

AWorW To Improve FW^ vthe planmn 

•Virgil Melhon was elected *« led for Fe bru 

committee for ^Hfe n ^^U» o the eamrnrttee, hjld 
arv 2 7 -March 9. -The first ■™"£* >i inl0 >9e arfm, by JSuNotU*J 



rbe flat** t>( rntL- 
e spring semeiier v> _ h 

,„ 31, Vebrwy I. «'"1 F " J 
Z y , (M-rlM. T»«toT »"* 

,«,jh«a.yi «■«. «'•» «•* *■ 

„„|„I „r, Febraarr 3 I™ 
ay) instead of *>b. '■ C 
Tuesday Wediic*! 



.„ w ,„ be »n important Sen 
m ««in, in the YMCA 
laltorlilm. Wednesday. November 
SO p in Class otllc 
„ ..omlnated and elected 

r„L m8 e U „ g ^/' c ^'i*r. 

'^uJy and May ^exercises 

discussed 



Thorn** *Undy wUl ****£. 



jCampus Poll 
'Reveals 90% 
[Behind Rule 

Comments And 
Opinions Vary 

In response to the question 

„f thP week: "What do you 

«1 think about student eondtic 

.in regard to theJdto™$L 



LAST CHANCE 

MISS gome at the stadium 
ticket booth tomorrow irom 

aSaiiop.-. Stud ?"V a 

not be ablo to got HctoU at 
OLE MJSS. That Is Boo • 
You wiU have to got your 
exchange card tomorrow 11 
you plan to attend the game. 
WE WILL REITERATE— STU 
DENTS WILL NOT BE ABU 
TO PURCHASE TICKETS AT 
'-r_ X, o «jnce r.RME. YOU 



Governing 
Lists Violations, 
Penalty For Acts 

„ ,. r>_.= t„in Eltect Tomorrow Night 
'SSito^ors Given Two Chances 

Issue Includes Shooting Fireworks, 
Throwing Bottles, Destroying Property, 



WHO'S WHO ELECTION NOVEMBER 18 




SdrlectoT 



MlVi— NO. 8 



7, 



STATE COLLEGE. MISSISSIPPI. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10 



Senator stennis (Local Chapter ODK Taps 

Highlighls$peakersj Gov Wfj ^ ,5 Qthers 

For Assemblies L . n ' ' . , ___ 

Business Peon Ann J^St'i^""'" - 



PRICE FIVE CENTS 



'\ Detroit Meeting 
Attended By Weems 

Dean R C W^enis Jr heariec 



Student Committee Makes 
Nominations For Annual 
Reveille Feature Election 

Winner Chosen From Six Nominees For Each 
Position; ; Reveille Staff Conduct Polls 
Bu Bob Koclttitzky 
The REVEILLE Who's Who election will be field No- 
vember 18. with students voting for one nominee of the six 
for each position. The nominations were made last Thurs- 
day by a committee composed of forty students. The com- 
mittee members were chosen by the school presidents on 
a basis of one man per 100 students in the respective school. 
~"x nnmiiifltinns were made for 



?nd<?d Ui<> 



ftr//ia : 

C™-j Woody Herman 



:acli pasi 

;rage ol pen 



wider 

i the 



that a "F'.ue S 
,te conducted \ 
Etude 



Th 
and the Sh 



, - a.i.palgn" 

ihe next 
sked 
tch for .... 

■ks REFLECTOR and coopc 
the fullest -xtent. 1 
'cold s 



mg of all fresh. ... 
held on Thursday. October .. — i Sunday night, the bells tolled marKing «« 

ry between Mississippi StaUJ^cop.- AH J-™-* ^ U oi jno^er successful ^^^J^^^Sd 

hvX; Plavifround otherwise known as Ole Miss, <«* ,° J meet [heir De31is and Wednesday September 15 with an attenoo include d. nw 

C r^«^^ —- ^ -l^-rtainme,.. , 

f "wi ^'^ ute visitor 



six ouuc w,» "\-'T V th*P State bovs, though, there weie AprlcU | tlJ re students. Room ion. of entertainment. «»..«» .< 

Twenty-Two Students Will Receive Recognition 
In Who's Who Publication; List Composed Of 
Recommendations By Council And Faculty 



s dinners and many other forms| tc! .n 
of entertainment. «n„o .'whirlpool of B»l» event. «« P™^™" 
.pective fraternity men managed to meet the various 
l~.„ m v,,..-a g<» u.hal_the_f-^ai 



various frat 
and dec ide 



cff«L 



llivdK'tl 



, Left My Heart In 
Mississippi" Comes To State October 16; 
z Concert To Be Held Saturday Afternoon 
IS Before Cincinnati-Stale Fooiy[Jame- 



' ^ ' " h ; " rf "" fffr " n,l ^ f|Staff"i>1embers 
Clink Helps j'Convention Plans 
Student Know JMade By library 



Donahue's Orchestra Has No Clarinets 
Or Guitars— He Says They Are Useless 
On the night of October 10 

vs. Mississippi State mime, th< 

scene of the 



folic 



,^..mati 
ill be I he.' 



'opening daiice to 

in Mississippi" Iliimiliuc nl 

arraiSgemcnls for the band were; 
nonnced at that time by Marvin K 
the student hotly. Announccnn 
.however, will not be made tint 
. JisiSSilfflld liot been able to contiv 

^to ^ •'* 1 "' 



illK II 

calVleri.. - - 

rin" Sam "1 Left My 
,,„ his orchestra. Final 
made last week and an- 
IlHtclirr. vice-president of 
t of the dance committee, 
next week as Uatdiff has 
]-ospndiiie_roi ;Jil i^ , ^- f,f 



Recommendations By Council And Faculty q r^v|4~l^ BEGINS 

' , - g r j e f Ceremony v^^^^JS^kAA Prices \w n L u ? [ ::J ...-iSoeechQub »Ljar 1 «y^fe l ^s&W 



MitchAl Coniers Diplomas In 
OlliceTuesday Afternoon 



lag, tornrro*. »<=" r ™ « lk 
H41bun, registrar-^ W"^. 



Reveille Staff 
iChooses Favorites 



, McKee. 

jn y department U M 1IL|\^I 1 I avw- , noreey. 

i 1 """ ? B ,, ciw."" 1 " 1 "* .„i«s to the Spike J""™ f r *' slc business Ion! 

ilsslppl Slate t-oiiet. i [or tickets w "«•- roun( i the «n" sle pert on 

n „hH aui^' 3 as lte " LL concert, tne TOWj JBMf ,„ ,„,,„, „ «n «P 

Whcns. MU*«"J ™£ ' McK ee iBatcllti.' ""'Xl will go on sale There's noh "8 more r ^ your 
"vriLLE su».lw,"y in W" MW ':. 1 „^ mt ,. M ,. ; | noted that W°M»* »Jf ';,-,„.'■ 



Preparations For 
Second Semester 



andleader 



iftil is ap- 



l great 



hP ole covered wagon 

1 beartl-eroKlnS C< "?'* S ' ""Rat Bat- 
ale « mey """„, dance commltue, 
clKC. chairman J" „. d ,. wno wn hill 
la arranging lor » »«■■ v . 



Special Two-Day 



for a irveii-« uu " 



Chicago Ballet 
FirslOn Lyceum 
Ageida For 1948 

The Chicago Opera Ballet on No- 
vember b will be the first Lyceum 
program of the year at Mississippi 
State ' Ollege, according to Dean 
B. P. Books, chairmen of the Ly- 



15 Students Attend 
Baptist Convention 

On the weekend of October 15-17, 
fifteen Baptist students from State 
College attended the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union Convention which met 
In Cleveland, Mississippi. Delta 
State Teachers' College was the 
host college for this meeting. 

Nearly every college In Missis- 
sippi was represented In the five 
hundred Baptist students who at- 
tended the convention. Joe Barber, 
president of the Mississippi BSU 



Ray Bus Line Will 
Run Two Special 
Busses To Tulane 

Round Trip Price 
Set At $10 

Two special busses will be run bv 
the Ray Bus Line to the Tulane 
game In New Orleani, it was an- 



"Dear Mar/' Letter Bounces 
Back-Mary Is A Joker! 

In en effort to show the world what pain and strife 
the male goes through because of women, the REFLECTOR 
has gone to great expense in undertaking a research program. 

The first item in our great expose is a letter which a 
State man sent to his girl at West Virginia college. He had 
not received alerter from her in thirteen days so he wrote 
her a "Dear Mary." She replied by sending the letter back 
with some sharp insertions after most of the sentences. 



Skeleton Of Lee Hall 
Back In Operation 



^Remodeling To Begin Soon Under Direction Ol 



Tail Beta Pi Taps 23 Undisclosed Architect; Will Rogers Commends 



Prospective Leaders 



Individuals And Companies On Cooperation